Racial and Gender Justice
Working to combat economic inequality, achieve climate justice, and build peace requires solutions designed to dismantle systemic racism and patriarchy. That’s why all of our projects seek to intersect and achieve justice across gender diversity, and race, in addition to class.
As Trump threatens not to sign the appropriations bill, the battle over the border wall continues to hold up federal government funding.
Contemporary renewals of Black-Palestinian solidarity have faced aggressive attacks by the U.S. liberal establishment. CNN is just the latest example.
Some may mourn Bush’s more “respectable” presidency. but looking back, one sees the very race-baiting and cruelty.
Military veterans are speaking out against the border stunt, calling it a “profound betrayal of our military.”
Spending records, voter suppression, and high youth turnout mark the most expensive midterm elections of all time.
Voters in several states passed measures to protect and expand the rights of people across the country.
If more registered voters—more young people, more people of color, more poor people, more women, more immigrants and students and workers and activists—had voted, things might be just a bit better. That’s our real challenge.
Republicans can only win by racial gerrymandering and voter suppression. And Trump can only win by using fear and racism.
In the most Islamophobic election in history, Muslim candidates scored big wins by embracing progressive policies.
Each is heading to Washington to advance a bold social and economic justice agenda, with a strong focus on reversing inequality.