A new report, A Dream in Our Name, by Liberation Ventures examines how changing anti-Black narratives and reducing the racial wealth gap are central to the project of reparations.
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
After the disruption of colonization, numerous tribal efforts aim to reinvigorate traditional foods and the health benefits they provide.
“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.
Author Melissa Hope Ditmore suggests that current political attention on human trafficking is performative rather than practical. In her new book, she makes the case for enforcing and expanding labor laws.
Even after leaving a domestic violence situation, survivors are often saddled with mountains of debt incurred by their abusers. Can a new California law offer protections?
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.
Harm reduction was adopted by public institutions to help stem the spread of HIV/AIDS in the 1980s. But it originated in self-advocacy by drug users, sex workers, and trans activists.
The radical right-wing-majority Supreme Court needs to be rebalanced. Here’s how to do it.
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.
Pregnant people across the country lack safe drinking water—so grassroots organizations are stepping in.
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.
As the U.S. gets hit with multiple illnesses, public health messaging is critical. Here’s how to ensure it reaches the communities most impacted.
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.”
Nature has long been a place of healing and joy for Black communities.
Indigenous, Black, and queer farmers are buying land with the aim to restore and nourish nature along with their cultures and communities.
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