When violent White Supremacists show up to “protest” in your city, what will you do?
As one of my favorite journalists Jelani Cobbs asserted in a recent article on the white supremacist attacks in Charlottesville, Virginia: “We have entered a new phase of the Trump era. The breach…
AFSCME President Lee Saunders on the Need for a 'Strong Army' to Advance Economic Justice and Civil Rights
The American Federation of State, City and Municipal Employees will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1968 Memphis sanitation strike by training labor organizers to tackle income inequality and racial disparity via the "I Am 2018" campaign.
Opinion | Confederate Statues and ‘Our’ History
by: Eric Foner
They do not simply commemorate American history, as the president declared. They honor just one part of that past.
The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth on them.
Ida B. Wells gives us our marching orders. We know 148 women of African ancestry were lynched in the United States of America. We will right those wrongs by turning the light of truth on them.