A racial justice-focused community organizing group led the charge for Albuquerque’s free bus fare policy.
In our new report, “Still A Dream,” we note progress—alongside some humbling findings about how far we have to go.
60 years after the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, the racial wealth divide persists.
While our federal government backtracks, state and local lawmakers are increasingly taking action to repair racial divides through policies designed to address racial inequality.
New fact sheets by the Poor People’s Campaign and the Institute for Policy Studies reveal disturbing data on systemic racism, poverty and inequality, ecological devastation, and militarism in every U.S. state.
One state’s “Baby Bonds” program should be a model for the whole country.
The U.S. Postal Service is a vital source of decent jobs for Black workers. Instead of cutting or privatizing services, this public agency should expand to meet 21st century needs.
The five detainees include leaders of the campaign that won the world’s first metals mining ban in 2017 — a ban the cash-strapped government may be moving to overturn.
Far too many are denied this chance simply because of the color of their skin.
The people who want to ban Maus or The 1619 Project are the ones who need to read them.
The right wing has attacked Gwen Berry for her Olympic trial protest. A North Korean defector has joined that chorus.
NFL owners and even some fans might want to simply watch their teams compete and forget about the world’s problems. Right now, that’s just not possible.
Research shows engaging directly with our country’s racist past and present helps students of all colors.