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Revolutionary Community Organizing with the Young Lords
A mural on a brick wall that says "Tengo Puerto Rico en Mi Corazon." Underneath is a drawing of the island and a raised fist with a rifle in its hands and "YLO" at the bottom.

Revolutionary Community Organizing with the Young Lords

Much of the Young Lords’ success came from their innate ability to provide hands-on community service programs while also doing attention-grabbing acts of civil disobedience.

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Graduated Reentry and the Need for Real Prison Reform
A long enclosed hallway that leads to a gated entry, with the door opened to the outside.

Graduated Reentry and the Need for Real Prison Reform

Learn about the Graduated Reentry Program and how prison reform legislation isn’t meaningful without accountability and oversight.

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Study Hall: ‘How Can I Best Support People on Strike?’

Study Hall: ‘How Can I Best Support People on Strike?’

A Study Hall in response to questions on the recent wave of strikes and the importance of advocating for good labor practices, even when it’s inconvenient.

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Study Hall: ‘How Can I Best Support People on Strike?’ (Cont’d)

Study Hall: ‘How Can I Best Support People on Strike?’ (Cont’d)

A Study Hall discussing the recent strikes and the importance of advocating for good labor practices, even when it’s inconvenient.

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The Lasting Impact of the Jena Six
The Louisiana NAACP leads a Jena 6 march. They hold a banner that reads "Free the Jena 6 Louisiana NAACP."

The Lasting Impact of the Jena Six

The story of the Jena Six highlights the double standard Black students experience in the educational and legal system.

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Aliens, FOIA, and the Fight for Transparency
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Aliens, FOIA, and the Fight for Transparency

Discussions on the lack of government transparency sparked following the Congressional hearing on UAPS and the possibility of aliens.

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Reducing the Barriers to Citizenship
A close up of a handheld American flag on a stick.

Reducing the Barriers to Citizenship

Examining how the latest changes to the citizenship test have made it even more challenging to become a U.S. citizen.

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Study Hall: ‘Should I Support Causes that Break the Law?’

Study Hall: ‘Should I Support Causes that Break the Law?’

A Study Hall in response to a question on the ramifications of supporting causes and acts of civil disobedience considered “unlawful.”

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The Violence Leading to the Birmingham Church Bombing
Members of civil rights group march in memory of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing victims. The banner, which says “No more Birminghams”, shows a picture of the aftermath of the bombing.

The Violence Leading to the Birmingham Church Bombing

The Birmingham Church Bombing anniversary is a time to reflect on the racial violence inherent at the time and how it relates today.

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Why the Attica Prison Uprising Still Matters Today
An aerial shot of incarcerated people in D Yard at Attica Correctional Facility before the deadly police assault. Black and white photo.

Why the Attica Prison Uprising Still Matters Today

The five-day Attica prison uprising was a fight against inhumane conditions and racial and religious injustices, which still resonates today.

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