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Florida Organizers Pushback DeSantis’ Anti-Human Rights Attacks
From reproductive health to LGBQT+ rights, Florida has been a hot spot for many of the country’s major social issues.
Ensuring Diabetes Drug Access Amid Shortage and Greed
Diabetes patients face difficulty filling prescriptions as Ozempic shortage and Insulin costs limit drug access.
Building Power Through Belonging
During a period where employee and employer dynamics fracture and DEI initiatives fall short, economic justice and sustainability in the workplace take center stage.
Uniting Movements to Defend South River and Stop Cop City
As Cop City looms, discussions on the impacts of environmental racism and the ongoing struggle for environmental and social justice in Atlanta continue.
“It Needs to be Stopped”: Talia Rouser on Atlanta’s Cop City
The City of Atlanta and the Atlanta Police Foundation’s plan for Cop City would result in a community being pushed out through terrorism, fear, or poverty from taxes rising.
Reimagining Social Justice with Science Fiction
The ARD spoke with poet and educator Walidah Imarisha on the power of seeking justice in social movements by exploring science fiction.