Gender & Sexuality
I’m disavowing respectability politics and exorcising the shame of my poverty
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
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
Why You Can’t Understand Black History Without a Critique of Capitalism
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)
Breaking the Socialization Around American Holidays: A Parent’s Dilemma
Preaching to the Choir About Racism
We Need Revolution, Not Endorsements
Review of ‘The 13th’: When Art Imitates Life, We Have to Ask “What’s Next?”
Here’s What You Need To Know About Build Black Futures Advocacy Day
642 Million Reasons Chicago Doesn’t Need More Police
How Much Can a Black President Really Do for Black People?
Don’t Celebrate Just Yet, The Private Prison Industry Will Still Thrive
New ‘Melanites’ Doll Line Offers Different Images Of Black Boyhood
Ava Duvernay’s New Documentary on Mass Incarceration Will Change The Game
This Is What Can Happen When Data Meets The Movement For Black Lives
What Happens When Black Liberation Becomes Mainstream
Why It Took So Long for Another Black American Girl Doll
What would It have been like if TV classics had casts of color?
FLOTUS: Obama Presidency ‘Changes the Bar’ For Our Youth
Judge Rules NYPD’s “Stop and Frisk” Policy is Unconstitutional
POLL: Sizable Portion of American Public Have No Friends of Other Races
If Our Freedom is Criminal, We Must Change the Laws
Congressmen Introduce “End Racial Profiling Bill” in the Wake of Zimmerman Verdict
Hundreds of NYC Fast Food Workers Are on Strike
Tavis Smiley Blasts President Obama for Trayvon Martin Speech
New book from Zora Neale Hurston about the last survivor of the Atlantic slave trade to be released in 2018
He’s gotta stop it: A Black, polyamorous femme on the Netflix “She’s Gotta Have It” reboot
Where were internet access crusaders when Facebook stopped Korryn Gaines from streaming cops murdering her?
To the women who bent my reflection: How internalized misogyny creates toxic relationships among women
The Black church taught me to be a docile victim, and now I renounce its lessons
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