In order to sustain the movement, we need to continuing growing new generations of social justice leaders and infuse their ideas to ensure our work stays on the cutting edge. Our Next Leaders internship program and our various professional Fellowship programs help sharpen young voices and new ideas through training and mentoring, and provide emerging activist-scholars with an intellectual home.
Shared ownership is crucial for building the power of communities that have long had their wealth extracted by others.
Lifting these financial burdens would help individual debt holders meet daily needs, reduce the racial wealth gap, and give a boost to the national economy.
People did not turn out in record numbers in the midst of a pandemic to vote for a return to normal. They want policy change based on a moral agenda.
A new film follows community organizer facing multiple challenges to voter mobilization, including skepticism about whether elites have rigged our political system.
A look at the dangers posed to students by law enforcement and how to invest in real school safety for our nation’s children.
Until we address the Pentagon’s revolving door, private corporate interests are always going to be put ahead of public well-being and care.
Real school safety means divesting from school resource officers and investing in restorative practices, social development, health, and counseling.
Many school districts are deciding that police in classrooms cause more problems than they solve.
Military recruiters deliberately exploit the financial and social insecurities of teenagers to enlist more soldiers.
Federal forces deployed in American cities is indeed cause for alarm. But we should also ask what these agents have been doing at the border and beyond.