“We’re calling on Congress to pass a bill that would adjust federal sentencing laws to block Sessions’ attempts to reignite the War on Drugs. Sentencing reform has bipartisan support in Congress and if we apply enough pressure, we can make
“You are supporting prisoners, formerly incarcerated people and our families to restore our human and civil rights. We will build alternatives to incarceration, secure humane treatment, stand up for families, and ensure that people coming home after incarceration have a
“BreakOUT! seeks to end the criminalization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth to build a safer and more just New Orleans, building on the rich cultural tradition of resistance in the South to build the power of
“African Communities Together is an organization of African immigrants fighting for civil rights, opportunity, and a better life for our families here in the U.S. and back in Africa. ACT empowers African immigrants to integrate socially, get ahead economically, and
In 2020, following the murder of George Floyd, many organizations and institutions realized the need to incorporate racial equity into their practices. Sign up for our workshop that introduces the ‘Decision-Making for Racial Equity Tool’ https://t.co/yXTqwU2Z46
Would you help me tweet this around the world?
But kindness does not = justice
But civility is not the humane response to injustice
Love is essential
But love is not a passive, weeping bystander
Love puts in work.
There are 45,000 laws, policies and administrative sanctions in the U.S. that target people with criminal records. Reuben Jonathan Miller researches how they affect people's lives in Halfway Home. https://t.co/RFo3HWDawx
Abdurraqib researches the impact of Black performers on American culture throughout the past several hundred years, touching on everything from minstrel shows to Soul Train, the concept of the "Magical Negro," and playing spades.' https://t.co/E1DRyFtvp5
At the top of this new year, we want to reiterate our goal of building toward a multiracial democracy -- something that as a country we’ve never experienced. We'll continue contributing to a vision that is bold, and work that is intentional. Join us: https://t.co/Mj31yTdd9Q
As we have passed the one year mark since the attack/insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, we must hold the events of that day as a sobering reminder of continued attacks on efforts to create a multiracial democracy.
Developed w @RaceForward, True North EDI & @GIArts, our Racial Equity in Arts Funding Workshops include a history of racialization & cultural funding in the US + real-world success stories/examples of racial equity funding, strategies & resources. Feb 2-23 https://t.co/05gWDT9vnN
Korean immigrants in the early 1900s formed their own community in Southern California, but their history is only now just being uncovered. This is the story of the first Koreatown. https://t.co/eFoArmcUeI
“I was really puzzled,” said a professor at UC Riverside and the curator of the new exhibit. “There isn’t any other literature that talks about a Korean community in Riverside.” https://t.co/fp1H57ir5q
In this Decision-making for Racial Equity workshop, we aim to provide you with framework that seeks to disrupt dominant forms of decision-making that perpetuate racial bias. Sign up to join us for the February 24th session: https://t.co/yXTqwU2Z46