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Colorlines Oct 18
Twenty successful women of color, from TV and film, unite to promote Black writers, producers and directors.
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Colorlines Oct 18
"Hollywood Chinese" by Oscar-nominated director Arthur Dong addresses myths, misconceptions and memorable moments of Chinese people in American cinema.
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NLIRH Oct 18
"HEAL, which extends healthcare to immigrants, would get rid of the 5yr wait tht immigrants must endure before they can apply for Medicaid. It would also allow immigrants of undoc status to purchase healthcare thru the ACA."Via
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Colorlines Oct 18
Ta-Nehisi Coates' first novel, “The Water Dancer,” follows a man with a mysterious gift who was born into slavery.
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Colorlines Oct 18
More than 30 civil rights organizations say that Amazon Ring’s partnership with police forces threatens civil liberties and puts people of color at disproportionate risk.
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YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish Oct 17
EXCERPT: Imani Perry on Raising Black Sons in a Hostile World via
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Todd B. #IStandWithIlhan Oct 17
“We need to have the tools we need to do the job at our schools. We need pay & benefits that will give us dignity & respect. We are on strike until we can do better.” via
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Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance Oct 17
Did you hear? RT : Pending approval from federal officials, Kimberly Teehee will become the Nation's first Congressional delegate.
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DISC Oct 17
Debut Episode of Economic Policy Institute's Podcast Tackles Racial Wealth Gap via
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Colorlines Oct 17
Chicago teachers go on strike to demand better working conditions and equal access to resources.
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Colorlines Oct 17
“He worked until his last breath because he believed our democracy was the highest and best expression of our collective humanity," says Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, wife of Congressman Cummings.
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Colorlines Oct 17
More than 120 organizations endorsed the HEAL Act, which extends healthcare coverage to immigrants.
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Colorlines Oct 16
"Harlem South: A View Through the Lens" features photographs from South Carolina’s segregated Black community throughout the 1920s and 1930s.
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Colorlines Oct 16
PROMESA was created to provide Puerto Rico with relief from its then-$72 billion in debt. Now a group of hedge funds wants it to fail.
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Colorlines Oct 16
“Over the last 40 years or so, the wage gap has actually grown the most among college graduates, and that is counter-intuitive to what we think should be happening,” says economist Valerie Wilson from .
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Colorlines Oct 16
Photographer Jonathan Calm is creating a new archive that explores what it means to drive while Black in America today.
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Colorlines Oct 16
In a recent interview, artists Simone Leigh, Amy Sherald and Lorna Simpson talked about Black women claiming space in the art world.
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Left of Black Oct 15
'Black theater writer isn’t buying the hype about playwright Jeremy O. Harris’ controversial Broadway hit.' via
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Colorlines Oct 15
Father of Atatiana Jefferson: “I have nothing against the neighbor. If you see something going on at my house with my daughter…you need to call police. But it’s the way that the police acted.”
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Colorlines Oct 15
Pending approval from federal officials, Kimberly Teehee will become the Cherokee Nation's first Congressional delegate.
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