Posts Tagged: racism

Attack on Angela Davis for supporting Palestine backfires

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In September 2018, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute  selected Angela Davis to get a Human Rights Award, but later rescinded the honor.

In revolutionary love, Nicholas Heyward Sr.

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On Dec. 31, the sun set for Nicholas Heyward Sr. when this Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY, community member and long-time fighter against police brutality died...

One year on: Justice for Sahleem Tindle action puts killer BART cop on notice

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On Jan. 3, about 150 community members gathered at the West Oakland Bay Area Rapid Transit station to protest the killing of Sahleem Ohesehee Tindle b...

Women behind bars: The punishment is the crime

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When mass incarceration and police terror in Black and brown communities is talked about from a women’s perspective, the conversation tends to shift...

Teaching assistants’ strike stops rehabilitation of Confederate statue

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The war continues to rage at the Chapel Hill campus over the statue of a Confederate statue known as Silent Sam.

Marcus & Millichap senior manager joins anti-homeless vigilante patrol in Long Beach

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This morning, the senior manager of investments and one-time first vice president of Marcus & Millichap, Kevin J. King, participated in an organized v...

Long Island protesters expose racist ‘immigration forum’ that excluded immigrants

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On Sept. 15, a “call to rally” was shared across Long Island, N.Y., liberal and progressive Facebook pages.

Navajo miners still struggle for justice and compensation

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On July 10, 2018, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye announced his call for Congress to extend federal compensation for Navajo Nation uranium mine...

Mass incarceration’s terrible toll on prisoners’ families

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The cost and impact of mass incarceration on the families of prisoners is rarely quantified or even discussed.

Sign a petition to help bring Long Island racist killer to justice

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Support community demand for justice.