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9 actions and resources for thanksgiving

November 23, 2017

Poster by Dignidad Rebelde

Today as many people around the country are gathering and sharing food, many more are also talking about the origins and mythology of thanksgiving, a feel-good story of settler benevolence designed to obscure the real history …

From Disaster to Determination: Grassroots responses to climate crises from Puerto Rico to the North Bay

November 2, 2017

AP/Ramon Espinosa. Victims of Hurricane Maria carry supplies in Morovis, Puerto Rico, October 7, 2017.

Environmental and climate justice organizers have warned us for years that poor communities of color will continue to be impacted “first and worst” by climate …

69 Year Old Black Panther Beaten in Prison

September 17, 2017

“Before and during these 43 years in prison, I’ve lived according to my beliefs, fought for my self-respect, my community, and for social justice; along the way I’ve helped people where I could and have striven to make myself a

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