social justice

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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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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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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How Power and Privilege Shape Society and Ourselves
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How Power and Privilege Shape Society and Ourselves

A brief overview of what power and privilege means and its role in systemic oppression to help you understand how privilege shows up in your life—and what you can do to address it.

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What the Affirmative Action Ruling Means for DEI 
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What the Affirmative Action Ruling Means for DEI 

Lawsuits against companies like the Fearless Fund grow following attacks on DEI efforts and the end of affirmative action.

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Racial Violence and the Unanswered Calls for Justice
A grayscale of a blindfolded Lady Justice figurine holding the scales.

Racial Violence and the Unanswered Calls for Justice

In the wake of violence, the DOJ repeatedly fails to protect Black and other marginalized communities, often incriminating them instead.

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Reflecting on the March on Washington, 60 Years Later
Marchers holding signs demanding the right to vote, jobs for all, and the end of police brutality at the March on Washington. A colorized version.

Reflecting on the March on Washington, 60 Years Later

Sixty years ago, the March on Washington sought to address racial inequality and economic injustice, which still fuels disparities today.

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People Are Not Charity, or the Failings of the White Savior
A woman sits across from a young girl who is holding her hands.

People Are Not Charity, or the Failings of the White Savior

The white savior complex positions white people as rescuers and protectors, reducing people of color as incompetent and charity cases.

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Black August and the Revolutionaries Who Inspired It
Crowd of protesters holding signs in the street. People in the front hold a banner that reads, "Justice for George Floyd."

Black August and the Revolutionaries Who Inspired It

Black August honors the revolutionary work of Black freedom fighters who were enslaved, persecuted, incarcerated, and murdered while resisting against the state.

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Disability Justice, Explainer
The accessibility symbol of a person in a chair painted on the side of a brown wall.

Disability Justice, Explainer

The disability justice framework allows us to properly address and dismantle oppressive systems to create an inclusive, equitable society.

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