When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up. You have to say something; you have to do something.
– John Lewis
⇒ To build more meaningful, equitable relationships with each other
⇒ To deepen our analysis of systemic inequity, particularly regarding racism in the US
⇒ To process our experiences of oppression & internalized inferiority, moving towards healing
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Voting Rights, Disenfranchisement and Voter Suppression of Minorities, from the Founding Fathers to 2020!
The Honorable Judge Greg Weeks, Superior Court Judge Mary Ann Tally and former State Representative and Executive Director of the NC Justice Center, Rick Glazier speak on the history of voting rights, disenfranchisement and voter suppression of minorities. When we learn the history of voter
“Keep America Great?” This slogan being touted for the re-election of a man who is hell-bent on creating chaos and conflict wherever he goes and whoever he insults baffles me. I have to wonder exactly what he means? Does it mean environmentally by siding with
Fayetteville council’s shallow debate over phrase shows legacy of racism
In a city where the mayor, the city manager, the city attorney, the police chief, most of the City Council and 40% of the population are Black, we debated the nuances of a phrase. If ever there was a time to affirm, without debate, that