We describe how mass incarceration directly undermines the core values of reproductive justice and how this affects incarcerated and nonincarcerated women.
Axon may have tried to paint itself as doing some good by creating this ethics board, but the best thing the company could do is not exist.
“What we have here is a perfect marriage between law enforcement and one of the world’s biggest companies creating conditions for a society that few people want to be a part of,”
50 Radical Ideas: Let’s rethink the institutions and laws that shape our world.
Even as laws change in regards to marijuana, black folks still find themselves being left behind.
Author and organizer Charlene Carruthers is thinking twice about dismissing Jussie Smollett’s claims.
It may galvanize new research that focuses on the root causes of law enforcement violence.
What I discovered was a growing Black- and people of color-led marijuana movement that centers our resilience as we fight to end cycles of poverty and mass incarceration in our communities.
For parents of children with emotional disabilities, sending our kids to school is a dangerous exercise in Russian roulette with the school-to-prison pipeline.
Far too often, compassion for black lives doesn’t extend beyond the womb or to the black women carrying that womb. Too few tears are shed for the people killed by police violence. Reproductive justice is about the resolve to raise our families on our own terms, safely.