We know reproductive justice is central to Black liberation, and we know that any limit on abortion access disproportionately harms us.
We elected several progressive Black candidates who will be the firsts in their states—and 90 percent of Black voters helped flip Pennsylvania’s Senate seat blue.
Tuesday’s election has some incredibly important and consequential issues on the ballot.
Reproductive justice is central to Black liberation.
By the 1970s and 1980s, Black women feminists recognized that white people had silenced Black women and women-of-color writers for far too long.
We need you to vote for a black climate agenda.
Black women were and continue to be foundational to Black families and communities; however, their experiences were not meaningfully represented among movement efforts.
We are calling for the Governor of Missouri to grant Kevin clemency and stop him from being executed on November 29, 2022.
We must reallocate spending on over-bloated police budgets into professionals better trained and suited to do things like homeless outreach, offering mental-health treatment, and de-escalating violence.
The Salsa Soul Sisters are said to be “The oldest Black lesbian and lesbians of color womanist organization in the United States.”
We know that every time a hurricane hits our communities, we experience the most extreme impacts.
Through decades of work, prison abolition has begun working its way into mainstream conversation, with more people interested in exploring “how” than ever before.
Join us this Thursday, August 25th at 6 PM ET to learn about how you can get involved with our new climate and environmental justice initiative – the Black Hive.
In the fight for Black self-determination, power, and freedom in the United States, one institution’s relentless determination to destroy Black movement is unrivaled—the United States federal government.
This week, in partnership with our comrades at MXGM, we’re highlighting five current Black political prisoners to raise awareness and support for these warriors.
Join us this Black August as we uplift the struggles of our freedom fighters who continue to be held in cages, who have been killed by the state, who had to flee their homes to remain free.