Category: Race Justice

Not Guilty, Just Responsible

By James Bratt I was recently asked to speak at a teach-in addressing the latest spate of racially charged killings involving police—killings by police and killings of police. Those events involve ultimate stakes: human...

See You at the Polls?

By Elrena Evans The presidential election is one week away. Organizations like Rock the Vote, Project Vote and Voto Latino are working hard to increase voter registration and, ultimately, turnout. Both Donald Trump and Hillary...

Weep with Me

by Zakiya Jackson Who will weep with me I can feel the ancestors hoping praying dripping with blood fervor anticipation Who will weep with me as the recoil of mixed up emotions identities spoken...

The Fallacies of Neoliberal Protest

by Russell Rickford This post is an amended version of remarks read at a rally organized by Cornell University’s Black Students United (BSU) on September 23, 2016. Students gathered to protest the recent police...