This is just the latest congressional favor for the Fraternal Order of the Police.
A DC premiere movie that is an intense and timely political satire that provocatively takes on issues of race, class and power, followed by popular education style interaction with attendees.
Towards a Black Muslim Woman Politic,” International Women’s Day Celebration with Dr. Nina Daoud
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting eight fearless women leading some of today’s biggest and most impactful social movements.
Nine movement leaders from all over the world share their hopes for the year to come.
A look at the real-life horrors our government is peddling this year — and a look at the movements rising up to stop them.
A commemoration of the monumental life of Thomas Sankara by shining a light on the vibrant Pan-African movements unfolding in the global African community 30 years after his assasination.
IPS’s Netfa Freeman speaks about the 2016 report of the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent from their fact finding mission assessing human rights conditions of African/Black people in the U.S.
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.
A detailed analysis on how the spurious ousting of President Dilma Rousseff came about and what can be done to support the social justice movements there.
Despite better numbers, the latest census data leaves much to be desired for closing the racial wage, wealth, and opportunity gaps in the United States.