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.
This July 4, let’s lay claim to the freedom and equality we’ve celebrated for centuries, but seldom practiced.
Between COVID-19, the resulting economic depression, and structural racism, Black Immigrant Domestic Workers are att he epicenter of three converging crises.
Even before the pandemic, median white families had literally dozens of times more wealth than median Black or Latinx families.
Through personal testimonies of systemic racism, poverty and inequality, ecological devastation, and militarism, the event brought the campaign’s bold fusion agenda to new audiences.
“No mainstream media covered the abuse we experienced that night, but the mayor taking a knee went viral.”
The dead hand of gran fortunes past is still poisoning our present.
There’s a lot of bad news out there, but I hope we’ll celebrate amid the pain.
Right-wing “intellectuals” uncomfortable with the Black Lives Matter movement have latched onto a dubious historical analogy.
Turns out a whole lot of Americans don’t like racism or police brutality — even in conservative, white, rural, or southern towns.
Black immigrant domestic workers are at the epicenter of three converging storms—the pandemic, the resulting economic depression, and structural racism.