“How have these institutions — which detain, surveil, and brutalize Black women and children just like Taylor and Jones — become our measurements for justice?”
“Having babies is my act of resistance.”
“Proving a link between tear gas and reproductive health is not the point. Governments should not harm people expressing dissatisfaction with their services.”
“In the age of the internet, it isn’t uncommon to accidentally run into images of Black death, but this shocked me in a way I didn’t expect.”
“This is also a historic moment for realizing the power that working-class tenants have to organize and express a militant demand for housing as a human right.”
Native, formerly incarcerated, and immigrant women, among others, describe the obstacles that keep their communities from being fairly counted.
“Blackness is already anarchy in white folks’ minds.”
Since George Floyd was killed by the Minneapolis Police Department, two months ago, “[The city] has had to confront its ugliness.”
“We’re able to rely on each other as a community.”
With coronavirus hitting the US hard, there are growing fears community groups will have to resort to funding provided by surveillance programmes.