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Faith_The_Green_Way Jul 11
So true is we could do so much for a better fairer world for everyone.
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Mike Royal 16h
Even in this moment of race awareness, our tendency as black professionals is to internalise the pain of our lived experience of workplace racism over many years. It’s painful but we do need to find safe spaces & safe people to talk about this...
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Priya Bhat-Patel Jul 10
Race & equity discussions are tough. There’s no sugar coating it. Each of us needs to dig deep w/in ourselves to figure out how we will do the work & push for true equity for all. I have been & will continue to be all in. We owe it to past & future generations.
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(ᴘᴇᴛᴇʀ ʙᴇʟɪᴇᴠᴇꜱ ɪɴ) ꜱᴄɪᴇɴᴄᴇ ɴᴏᴛ ᴅᴏɢᴍᴀ™ 🖖🏿🔬🌱🌊 Jul 11
Exactly. If the people were TRULY represented by elected politicians, who enacted the will of the majority for the good of the majority WITHOUT graft or self-serving backroom deals, we'd have solved the decades ago, along with and . 🤔
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Fab Channer 3h
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Dr. Karen Winkfield Jul 7
After was killed, I was asked to write about in . Did not want this to be a singular voice since that can be easily dismissed. Proud of my colleagues who were brave enough to join me.
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Parents For Future #SystemChangeNotClimateChange Jul 10
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Silent No Longer Jul 10
Join us July 23rd for Voices of Change. It's time for us, especially those who remain silent about racial injustice, to step up and speak out! See award winning artists from across the country perform! Register:
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GreenSchoolsAlliance 46m
The Inseparable Link Between And NPR
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Eyewitness Palestine Jul 10
Join Eyewitness Palestine and all of our co-sponsors on July 18th to hear, learn, and connect with activists and leaders working toward racial justice and equity - from Palestine to the US. Register TODAY!
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Nonviolence News edited by Rivera Sun 7h
For three days around Rosa Park's birthday, the Milwaukee Public Transit System reserved one seat on every bus as a tribute to Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin, and those who strove for on public transportation. Read Nonviolence news>>
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Nora Lester Murad 46m
I was just at a event and they called for a moment of silence in honor of and all those who have been victimized by violence in the US. I thought to myself, that's gonna be a mighty long moment!
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Robert D. Bullard Jul 7
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ATZ Equity Consulting Jul 9
White feminism has had a role in silencing Black and Indigenous voices. Ask yourself- what is your relationship to feminism? Is it intersectional or exclusionary?
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Steve Simms Jul 11
If you don't understand why people are protesting the behavior of some police officers, this amazing movie can help. You can find in in various streaming services.
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Ignatian Solidarity Jul 10
How do we respond to racial injustice from a perspective as an ? Check out ISN’s resource page for reflections, resources, and action steps to work for justice in the network and beyond:
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Melanie “Stay Home” Gilbert 22m
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Precious Blood Renewal Center Jul 11
Day 2: Prayers for Racial Justice: These prayers are from our traditional Precious Blood Prayer Resources and are now prayed in the context of our contemporary situation. Pray them any time; we suggest at 3 pm daily
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Black Lives Matter Boone County, IA Jul 10
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Amazon Watch 2h
📢 is . criticizes the mainstream environmental mvnt, which she says was “built by ppl who cared about conservation, who cared about wildlife, who cared about trees & open space…but didn’t care about Black ppl.”
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