The following article was originally published here by Everyday Feminism. Special thanks to Wes Browning for his input regarding this piece. We cannot make good decisions from a distance,” says Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy and founder of the Equal...
I was quite certain I had enough ammunition to justify firing back at a weapon increasingly used to shut down social justice teaching – particularly anti-racist teaching. The weapon? Accusations that discussing race and racism is “divisive.” While waiting for my...
Monday, December 1: In the wake of the grand jury’s decision not to indict, communities continue to organize to demand justice. Despite the national scrutiny of police abuses since we lost Michael Brown on August 9th, the loss of Black lives, many of them teenage...
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