The “immigration detention system” dehumanizes individuals at every level. “Detention centers” are prisons with atrocious conditions. The immigration detention is part of this country’s mass incarceration crisis. We’ve seen this firsthand.
This Black History Month, we're reflecting on our legacy.
We are honored to move forward in our work to fulfill this country’s promise of a caring, inclusive and just democracy with the Players Coalition by our side.
On this National Day of Racial Healing, we must recognize that people of color are not given the chance to heal from their past.
Today, Advancement Project acknowledges the 22 trans lives that have been lost this year and those prior. We mourn their deaths and honor the legacy of trans activists such as Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera by continuing to fight for a world that’s not only free of transphobic violence, but also actively embraces and uplifts the identities of transgender people everywhere.
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Together, let’s vote - let's ready ourselves for 2020.
If you’re a voter wondering what you should do if you feel intimidated or targeted at the polls, you are not alone.
In this heightened moment of political activity, young people are in need of an outlet to voice their concerns and feel empowered to impact what’s going on around them. The film, “The Hate U Give” makes an important point about what many young people of color experience, what they are witnessing and how to be politically engaged by it.
There is an opportunity in this darkness for us to organize deeper and wider, tapping the incredible energy we have seen in the streets, at the courts and at our state houses.
Returning Citizens are coming back to communities that are under-resourced and suffer from low incomes.
From our new report "We Came to Learn"