There were a large number of far right killings and car attacks at Black Lives Matter demonstrations in 2020.
From pandemic mutual aid to Black Lives Matter, 2020 will be remembered as a year when everything changed.
Despite leading the movements against police and state violence, Black women are often the forgotten victims.
Progressives must demand that Biden govern for the 99 percent and not the 1 percent.
Some mainstream Democrats have recently urged a return to centrism. Activists are saying no.
A majority of Latinos are citizens with an important stake in the economy and they are decidedly not one-issue voters.
The Justice Department has poured money into prosecuting protesters but not police who committed violence at protests.
The inequality deeply embedded in U.S. statecraft continues to counterbalance any progress, however symbolic.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza says President Trump is “stoking fires he has no intention of controlling.”
Abolishing the systems and institutions that propagate white supremacy is an important step toward decolonization.