Research on a police diversion program implemented in 2014 shows a striking 91% reduction in in-school arrests over less than 10 years.
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A scholar of Palestinian history offers critical context for the now-controversial slogan “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
Black Americans have long expressed solidarity with Palestinian people, going back to Dr. King and the Black Panthers.
We live in an era where, in theory, we have accepted that all human beings are deserving of equal treatment—that skin color, national origin, language, accent, clothing, and other markers
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After moving to several unfamiliar cities in the past year, author and scholar Norell Edwards asks: “What does allyship look like while protecting my own safety?”
In the decade since it began, #BlackLivesMatter has shifted the nation's collective consciousness, whether we wanted it shifted or not.
A gun control organization run by women of color is putting white women on the frontlines of demanding a ban on guns.
“Deep canvassing” offers a model for how anti-racist Americans can practice what they preach and work to promote racial justice narratives.
An exclusive digital series exploring the leading edges of the reparations ecosystem—and revealing a path toward healing and reconciliation.
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