The Algebra Project sprang directly from Bob Moses’ civil rights work in Mississippi, which transformed the state from a segregationist stronghold into a focal point of the civil rights revolution.
The #BlackLivesMatter protests in 2020 sparked hard conversations within immigrant communities on how internalized biases based on skin-color remain prevalent.
The Hawaiian movement for self-determination was forever changed by the fierce and unapologetic leadership of the late Haunani-Kay Trask. This loving obituary written by one of Trask’s mentees explores her powerful legacy.
While eating a plant-based diet is often presented as a White, millennial fad that accompanies gentrification, Black people have a long and rich tradition of plant-based eating.
Seattle is one of several major cities implementing a “transit to trails” program to help more people access local wilderness.
Addressing histories of mass violence have to include both material reparations and public and visible symbolic gestures.
Critical race theory is more patriotic than those who are opposed to it because its framers believe in the promises of equality.
Nearly 160 years after Frederick Douglass first delivered his iconic address “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?,” his questions and challenges are as relevant as ever.
The same ethical failing that allowed White people to enslave Africans continues today with indifference to continued Black suffering. It’s time to say “enough.”
Observances and paid holidays alone can’t fix the problems caused by White supremacy.