Asian-Americans Arrested At Paul Ryan’s Office Pushing For Dream Act

By Kimberly Yam, -

By Kimberly Yam for The Huffington Post - The push for the Dream Act, a longstanding wish of immigration reformers, has grown all the stronger since the Trump administration announced it would [...]

People Of Color Fight For Place In NY’s Money-Driven Arts Ecosystem

By Maya Chung, -

By Maya Chung for The Indypendent - A small number of legacy arts institutions are sweeping up vast shares of public art funding, while newer immigrant and ethnic arts groups in New York City are [...]

President Of Police-Chiefs Association Apologizes

By Monique Judge, -

By Monique Judge for The Root - The president of a police-chiefs association apologized Monday for the role that police have played in society’s “historical mistreatment of communities of color.” [...]

Communities Of Color Are Over-Policed

By Shaun King, -

By Shaun King for Daily News - On the evening of Nov. 26, 2013 Baton Rouge area police arrested a 38-year-old black man named Ervin Edwards. Edwards, who struggled with mental illness and drug [...]

Watching The Rails: One Community’s Quest For Safety

By Kathleen Sutcliffe, -

By Kathleen Sutcliffe for Earth Justice - WHEN FOSSIL FUEL POLLUTERS NEED A PLACE TO DO THEIR DIRTIEST AND MOST DANGEROUS WORK, they tend to locate their operations in places where they believe [...]

Black Churches On The Front Lines Of Environmental Justice

By Lindsay Abrams, -

By Lindsay Abrams in Salon - Low-income and communities of color are on the front lines of climate change. They have, for that matter, been disproportionately shouldering the burden of our [...]

This Is How You Can Support Trans Women Of Color Right Now

By Princess Harmony Rodriguez, -

By Princess Harmony Rodriguez in Black Girl Dangerous - On 5/18, I saw heartbreaking news flood my Facebook timeline. Philadelphia’s committed body of trans activists, many of them of color, were [...]

Climate Activism: Erasure Of Queer & Trans* People Of Color

By Ceci Pineda, -

There is a dangerous silence around the impacts of climate change on our communities within academia, the climate movement, and even our own work to confront violence in our communities. In [...]