Allowing Immigration and Customs Enforcement to destroy documents, including those on deaths and sexual assault, could endanger “health and safety" of those in ICE custody, according to the social justice organization.
“Today, we send a strong message that violence—and race-based violence, in particular—has no place in America,” said Rep. Bobby Rush, who introduced the Emmett Till Antilynching Act. https://t.co/mJn6zG3JCQ
“No matter the size of your foundation or the issues you care about, it’s mission-critical to confront racial injustice in all aspects of your work.” –@iamglennharris. Download this ‘Guide for #Grantmaking With a Racial Justice Lens’ toolkit for funders: https://t.co/zasF6UFCwK
We're uniting w/racial equity orgs to support the shared goal of A COMPLETE COUNT of communities of color for the 2020 #Census. The #MappingTheCount Week of Action runs from 2/24–2/28 w/tools to help multiracial communities prepare for the April 1st Census https://t.co/RS1xvsn7rX
I'm in the @WSJ arguing for a ban on both gov and private face rec:
"These systems are biased in how they work and how they're deployed, and they're often created and implemented in obscurity, without public review or full accountability under the law."
The ACLU filed court documents requesting an immediate end to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) plans to delete crucial evidence of immigrant deaths and sexual abuse at the southern border. https://t.co/NpMbSP1K7i
Read up on the racist and sexist history of maternity care in the U.S.
➡️Midwives, mostly Black women, denigrated, oppressed, and persecuted for market share.
➡️Obstetric techniques developed on unanesthetized enslaved Black women. 2/7