Ethnic Studies In Seattle: A Look Inside The Classrooms Of Antiracist Educators

By Jesse Hagopian, -

The Seattle Public Schools recently wrote the below article about the powerful pedagogy of local educators who are piloting a new Ethnic Studies program.  The Ethnic Studies initiative in the [...]

Tearing Down The Walls That Keep Us From Finding Common Ground

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By JoAnn McAllister for Waging Nonviolence - The current occupant of the White House wants to build a “real,” “big,” “serious” wall. To avoid a government shutdown, the administration wavered on [...]

A Great Political Organizer Worth Knowing Bob Lee

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By Jakobi E. Williams for Viewpoint Magazine - Bob Lee, a key mem­ber of the Illi­nois Chap­ter of the Black Pan­ther Par­ty (ILBPP), founder of the orig­i­nal Rain­bow Coali­tion in Chicago, and [...]

Protest Groups Uniting As ‘The Majority’ For Actions On May Day

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By Aaron Morrison for Mic - Activist groups are uniting as a broader coalition they've dubbed "The Majority," an idea inspired by the Movement for Black Lives — a collective of organizations in [...]

Brown: Neighbors Joining Together To Block Trump Deportations

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By Mark Brown for Chicago Sun Times -In neighborhoods across Chicago with large immigrant populations, people are banding together to form rapid response networks to support their neighbors in [...]

Don’t Shame The First Steps Of A Resistance

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By Staff of Socialist Worker - THE UNITED States has just experienced a corporate hijacking. If Trump's inaugural speech did not alert you to the fact that they intend to come after all of us, [...]