Native, formerly incarcerated, and immigrant women, among others, describe the obstacles that keep their communities from being fairly counted.
News Posted in Echoing Ida
How Black anarchists are keeping the protest movement alive
“Blackness is already anarchy in white folks’ minds.”
Episode 9: “Gettin’ Extra Blind Wit’ It!” feat. Thomas Reid
“Let’s dismantle ableism by listening to each other’s stories.”
What Happened — and is Happening — in Minneapolis
Since George Floyd was killed by the Minneapolis Police Department, two months ago, “[The city] has had to confront its ugliness.”
Hey, Kanye: As Abortion Storytellers, We’re Setting the Record Straight
We refuse to remain silent as the anti-abortion movement capitalizes off Kanye West’s decision to traffic in white supremacy and misogynoir.
Minneapolis Protests Street Medics of Color Are Keeping Their Communities Safe
“We’re able to rely on each other as a community.”
A Brief, Personal History of Sound Healing
Here’s to our collective healing.
Police surveillance concerns US Muslims amid BLM protest crackdown
With coronavirus hitting the US hard, there are growing fears community groups will have to resort to funding provided by surveillance programmes.
Black LGBTQ Owned Businesses Need Support During The Pandemic, Even If There Isn’t Exact Data On How Many There Are
“COVID just exposed the inequities to the mainstream eye,” Junard said. “We’ve always been here.”
To the White LGBTQ Community: Your (Racist) Slip Is Showing
Claiming “inclusivity” without being anti-racist doesn’t prevent feelings of exclusion.