"It was never really a thought in my mind to get paid to do this work, because it’s work I feel I need to be in to be free and to be alive."
Discussions like this demonstrate how issues usually considered separate are outcomes of the same systems of domination and oppression.
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We’re not satisfied with the status quo, so we’re challenging ourselves, challenging each other, and challenging the system to do better because people deserve it.
For one: the Muslim ban was a family separation policy, pure and simple.
How do we deal with that constant struggle of wanting to do more because you value the students, their academic success, their health overall, and not just value the dollars that they bring in.
Not only is abstinence-only education – sometimes referred to as “sexual risk avoidance” – ineffective because it doesn’t delay sexual initiation nor reduce sexual risk behaviors, it is also harmful.
We all make choices about our behavior that can either perpetuate toxic masculinity or disrupt it.
Joe Biden will be inaugurated president on January 20, and I want to be very clear: The struggle for justice will not become suddenly smooth.
It’s so obvious the anti-abortion movement feels threatened by the work of Black people and the movement work we create.
If Rev. Nelson and Human Coalition really wanted to support Black people, their efforts would be supporting the Black people in the streets.
Access to safe and affordable housing is a basic human right. For communities to thrive and grow, families must have access to stable housing.