Contemporary renewals of Black-Palestinian solidarity have faced aggressive attacks by the U.S. liberal establishment. CNN is just the latest example.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting eight fearless women leading some of today’s biggest and most impactful social movements.
NFL owners have banded together against Trump’s divisive comments, but will they put their money where their mouth is?
A discussion unpacking the role of Black organized resistance in building an even broader independent movement that addresses the economic needs of all poor and working people and the escalating violence that accompanies the neo-liberal agenda.
Dr. King left us a radical vision. Join IPS and a community of scholars and activists to reclaim this vision, our history and our future, part of the Institute for Policy Studies’s Liberation in Action 2017 Black History Month series!
Raising up bold new perspectives on racial justice through dialogue, media analysis and a call to action!
A discussion on democracy in Africa and in the global south, the “Black Lives Matter Movement” and the state of panafricanism and internationalism.
As I weep over the death of America’s black men, I remember my brother’s struggle for his freedom against unnecessary police searches.
Shooting after shooting, police deny black lives even the most basic human concern that could’ve saved them.
The infamous Dred Scott Supreme Court ruling once denied African Americans any and all rights as human beings. Has anything changed?
Black girls are the fastest-growing segment of the juvenile justice system — a trend worsened by the presence of cops in classrooms.
The Institute for Policy Studies and Revival of PanAfricanism Forum convene to evaluate the state of the global African movement, Black people in the U.S. as a domestic colony, and why African/Black community control is the only solution.
A Politics and Prose DC book launch with a conversation between IPS’ and WPFW’s Netfa Freeman and the book’s editor and close friend of Mumia, Johanna Fernández who is a Baruch College Professor, former Fulbright Scholar, and a coordinator of the Campaign to Bring Mumia Home.
A video presentation and cutting edge discussion led by Ajamu Baraka and Maurice Carney on how grassroots efforts are “Making Black Lives Matter in Riohacha, Colombia.”
You’re invited to a brown bag lunch discussion with Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Domestic Awardee Daryl Atkinson, an emerging leader fighting for the restoration of the human rights for people with criminal records.