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Take Action on Voting Rights Bills HB 265 & HB 417

People with criminal records face…

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The Fire Still Burns: #WeAreTheFirefighters

To the fires that are still burning and the firefighters – advocates, policymakers, organizers – who are working tirelessly to put them out.

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The Take Back #003: Marching for Our (Black and Brown Lives)

The newsletter of resistance for people of color.

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Ferguson Freedom Fighter Mildred Clines

"Everybody is heard. Everybody wins."

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Because of HERstory, I knew I could: Judge Hood

Because of her I knew I could. Because of them I stand encouraged in the woman I am. A Black woman fighting in justice and law.

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For the Love of the Sheroes in My Life: A Short Poem on Power

I honor the incredible women in my life –both family and friends who have taught me the ABCs of being a "shero.”

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Oral Arguments Week: Supporting the Right to Vote in Louisiana

More than 70,000 people in Louisiana are being deprived of their right to vote.

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The Take Back #002 – #StillDreaming Edition

The newsletter of resistance for people of color.

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Ten Leaders with Vision that You Need to Know

We are all #StillDreaming and working to achieve social, political and economic equality.

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Free Your Mind, Man! Free Your Mind!

On honoring your ancestors by doing what they did for centuries-being bold and courageous enough to have a stubborn belief.

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In the Spirit of Black History Month

“I am my ancestors’ wildest dreams.”

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Dreaming while Black is a Revolutionary Act

For Black people to imagine a country and a world free of white supremacy and all of its intersectional tentacles of oppression is a radical act.

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