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Feature: Grassroots organization BYP100 uses “radical inclusion” to combat racial injustice
Charlene Carruthers stepping down as National Director of BYP100 at the end of the year
What to do if white supremacists hold a rally in your hood
Movement for Black Lives Releases Demands, Calls for Reparations
#FreedomNow Campaign Organizes Protests Across the Nation
New Media, Activism, and the Origins of BYP100
BYP100 Chicago’s Statement On Dante Servin’s Circumvention of Accountability
Chicago Police Have Been Spying on Activists Since 2014 Or Maybe Longer
Watch Young People Explain What It Means To ‘Get Free’ [VIDEO]
12 Protesters Arrested After Blocking Traffic In Downtown Chicago
BYP100 Feature: Read the ‘Agenda to Build Black Futures’ Now
Black Power: A Q&A With Charlene Carruthers
Not Your Grandfather’s Black Freedom Movement: An Interview with BYP100’s Charlene Carruthers
Charlene Carruthers talks Black Youth Project 100
#NotOneDime: ‘Black Friday’ Sales Down More Than $1 Billion from 2014
Young Black Organizers Decline Private Meeting with Mayor to Discuss the Video of the Execution of Laquan McDonald
BYP 100 Feature: Black People in New York City Are Not Safe
Black Youth Project 100 Debuts Video Highlighting Impact of Low-Wage Jobs on the Black Community
Event: Black Holidaze — A BYP100 Kwanzaa
Video: BYP100’s Jessica Pierce talks activism, youth-led movements
BYP100 stages ‘die-in’ in response to Mike Brown grand jury decision
Activists hold silent protest at United Nations
BYP100 Chicago Chapter leads march and demonstration in protest of racially unjust marijuana arrests
BYP100’s Jasson Perez talks police brutality, accurately reporting misconduct
BYP100 steps up in Ferguson
BYP100 on how you can end police brutality in your community
BYP100’s Malcolm London and Asha Rosa talk Ferguson, activism with NPR
TEDx Talks: Asha Rosa talks Mass Incarceration in the U.S.
BYP100’s Malcolm London & Luvvie Ajayi make The Root’s ’30 Viral Voices Under 30′
BYP100’s Johnae Strong talks violence with Rolling Out
How my experience as a Black man working with children was tainted by racism
Reclaiming memory as a Black father and son in the face of cultural and racial traumas
When does defending one’s reputation become a ploy to avoid addressing faults?
The white writer’s misimagination of Black characters in science fiction
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