Anti-Racism Daily

Year in Review: Demanding Reproductive Justice
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Year in Review: Demanding Reproductive Justice

With the overturning of Roe v. Wade this year, the urgency to protect access to abortions and other reproductive care became a top priority countrywide.

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Year in Review: Uniting the Workforce
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Year in Review: Uniting the Workforce

For a just society, the working class must build solidarity with each other and reject the falsehood that the wealthy elites are aligned with our plight.

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Reader Profile: Sabine Won
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Reader Profile: Sabine Won

The ARD is only possible because of the commitment of its subscribers and readers. Everyday people committed to transforming themselves and the society around them are our best hope for the future.

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An “Unacceptable Escalation” Against Peaceful Protestors
A group of people in a forest with their faces blurred out pose next to a cloth sign that says, "Atlanta Forest to Strefi Hill and the squats of Athens Greece defend free spaces."

An “Unacceptable Escalation” Against Peaceful Protestors

A protest movement to stop Cop City and protect an Atlanta forest continues despite a brutal police raid on the protest encampment.

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Movement on the Fight for Reparations
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Movement on the Fight for Reparations

Cities and states are developing unprecedented reparations initiatives to address economic inequities and historical injustice against Black people.

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The Four Levels of Racism
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The Four Levels of Racism

Our biases on gender, class, sexual orientation, disability, religion, and other parts of our identity also influence our perception of race.

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The Fight Against Pesticides in Communities of Color
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The Fight Against Pesticides in Communities of Color

Pesticides have a long history in communities of color in the United States, and like most issues that affect these communities, it is rooted in institutional racism.

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Reader Profile: Dr. Linda Grace Solis
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Reader Profile: Dr. Linda Grace Solis

The ARD is only possible because of the commitment of its subscribers and readers. Everyday people committed to transforming themselves and the society around them are our best hope for the future.

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The Cost of Blocking Paid Sick Leave
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The Cost of Blocking Paid Sick Leave

The pandemic and halted railroad strike underscore the need for universal paid sick leave, especially for low-wage workers.

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The Living Legacy of Fred Hampton, 53 Years After His Murder 
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The Living Legacy of Fred Hampton, 53 Years After His Murder 

Fred Hampton’s message remains relevant today, with poor communities in Chicago and around the U.S. facing the same deprivations.

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