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All Posts by Alyxandra Goodwin:
How two young Black Chicago women are using art and activism to change narratives about Black communities
Liberation is a 3-step process: Broadening activism’s scope in the wake of the Movement for Black Lives
What you need to know about Chicago’s ‘gang database’ and the lawsuit from local activists
How a Chicago mayor’s proposal to make post-grad plans a requirement for graduating harms Black & Brown students
This Cover of TIME Came and Went, but it has a Message for Our Movement
The Kalief Browder Docuseries Builds a Clear Case for Prison Abolition
Put Your Mind – and Money – Into Supporting Black Women
Interview With Hari Ziyad: Finding Visibility and De-centering Whiteness
Why You Can’t Understand Black History Without a Critique of Capitalism
Your Digital Toolbox for Justice and Resistance
“Don’t Be A Bystander”: An Interview With Aaryn Lang On Responding to Racist Attacks [VIDEO]
Remembering Our Black Radical History: Jalil Muntaqim
Remembering Our Black Radical History: The MOVE 9
A conversation on allyship with one of the masterminds behind the Safety Pin Box
This new video compares Donald Trump’s platform to the Black Panther Party’s
A Few Ways to Support Police Abolition In The New Year (Or Right Now)
Black Youth Project’s Holiday Gift Guide
Where to Give on this #GivingTuesday
The Complexities of Revolution We Can Learn from Fidel Castro
Breaking the Socialization Around American Holidays: A Parent’s Dilemma
Native American Girls Share the Truth Behind Thanksgiving
Preaching to the Choir About Racism
At What Point Do We Give Up on Our Problematic Faves?
We Need Revolution, Not Endorsements
Chicago Teachers Reach An Agreement With Mayor Emanuel But Students Remain Underserved
Review of ‘The 13th’: When Art Imitates Life, We Have to Ask “What’s Next?”
Hurricane Matthew: Nearly 900 Dead in Haiti With Count Still Rising
Here’s What You Need To Know About Build Black Futures Advocacy Day
CRWN Is The Black Women’s Magazine We Have All Been Waiting For
642 Million Reasons Chicago Doesn’t Need More Police
How ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ is cruel to its Black characters
How anti-Blackness fuels my eating disorder
The silent and sellout: What is the responsibility of prominent Black artists in an unjust society?
Beleaguered Harris County judge releases juvenile offenders after losing election, highlighting problems with the system
ICE and the DEA are paying for hidden streetlight cameras to be watch you all across the country
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