A week of action in Atlanta this March showcases widespread opposition to a planned police training center, which would be the largest in the nation. An organizer explains what’s at stake.
For artist Ajuan Mance, creating the comic book “Living While Black” was her effort to challenge and undermine the criminalization of Black people’s everyday activities.
How Los Angeles abolitionist organizers are taking on pretrial incarceration and judicial power through community resistance.
The process of undoing white supremacy in newsrooms begins with developing a culture of antiracist care.
An exhibit at the University of Houston explores how Black hair techniques can be translated into innovative building materials, designs, and methods.
We asked three Black artists to create pieces inspired by this year’s national Black History Month theme: Black Resistance.
Bay area activist and baker Jen Angel was the victim of a robbery in February. She leaves behind a legacy of media justice activism and faith in the transformative power of community.
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The Minnesota Freedom Fund offers resources to low-income people of color who are jailed—and so much more.
Tribes are using grassroots actions and intense lobbying to restore their river and their culture.
In Seattle, South Asian activists and lawmakers have spent years laying the ground work for the nation’s first caste-based discrimination ban.
“The revolution is in the classroom.”
The late poet and activist’s legacy lives on decades after her untimely death—in the purposeful lives of her former students.
Before the freeways came in, Bronzeville, on Milwaukee’s North Side, was a vibrant neighborhood known for its restaurants, bars, and jazz scene. The area had been home to successive waves
“Imagining the impossible is what people have been doing in the struggle for liberation,” says academic and activist Ruthie Wilson Gilmore in a conversation about her latest book.
Alicia Garza is searching for Black-led solutions to some of the biggest problems of our democracy—solutions that go far beyond a hashtag.
Scholar Rashad Shabazz explains how anti-Black bias is so central to American policing that even Black officers are influenced by it.
NGOs seeking to support frontline movements often stumble. The activist network Beautiful Trouble conducted a detailed study and offer a path forward.
Past generations harnessed state power to penalize educators who dared to teach about injustice. Many of today’s anti-anti-racists rehearse the same old rhetoric for similar ends.
Despite the region's anti-Black past (and present), there is rich Black history being preserved amid the Columbia River Gorge and the Wallowa Mountains.
Members of the Black Girl Brown Girl Collective in South Phoenix are building a community of women artists of color surviving in a white male supremacist world.
Whether you’re ready, weary, or wise, you can take your movement engagement to the next level.
Rebellions of the enslaved can aptly be classified as insurrections. This much is clear as we debate the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol.
“Along with the power of creation, we were given the power to choose.”
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