On Yom Kippur, let’s vow to work toward abolishing white supremacy and misogyny.
The protest has been underway for two years, led by environmental and First Nations activists.
The issue of hog-tying as a method of brutal restraint should command national attention and official condemnation.
As COVID unemployment benefits expire, it’s clear that they disproportionately helped non-white, low-wage workers.
If made into law, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act could help stem the tide of GOP voter suppression laws.
Throughout history, the federal government has worked to surveil and disrupt Black power movements.
The TEAACH Act is an opportunity to remake how we teach U.S. history from a framework of social justice and diversity.
Genocide against Indigenous people is ongoing – through mass violence, cultural erasure and stolen land.
The massacre must be viewed in the broader historical context of anti-Mexican violence in Texas and throughout the U.S.
A mass march on August 28 will call on Senate Democrats to ditch the filibuster and pass voting rights legislation.