The creator of the #BlackLivesMatter is a movement mentor–and proves that activism is more than just a sign.
Charlene Carruthers has done the work, and is leading us all to liberation.
It’s a timely, connective, and expansive book; one that calls us to remember that the Black freedom struggle is an ongoing labor movement in places far and wide.
From my vantage point, this final push looks to be too little, too late.
Feeling this way about another Black woman is hard. But I can’t stand behind her when she stood beside a president who encourages violence against Black communities.
Alone in his stand, Weldon Heyburn despised that Robert E. Lee would be memorialized with a statue in the U.S. Capitol
White supremacy is a web of violent and abusive behaviors bolstered by white nationalists, racist elected officials, violent police and law enforcement, corporate money, and you.
Talking about abortion through an economic lens is not about “monetizing abortion,” and it is not a “losing strategy.” It’s quite the opposite.
We march because we believe that all moms and their families have the right to affordable health care. Because we believe that all moms deserve to survive pregnancy and childbirth, regardless of class or race.
Black girls building home together is a threat to white supremacy.