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Florida’s Policymakers Move to Arm Teachers Places Students of Color at Risk

This bill may as well equate to signing a school-to-prison pipeline warrant for Florida's students of color.

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Racial Justice Groups Call for Florida Governor to Veto Bill Increasing Funding for Police in Schools

Florida Community Organizations and National Advocates Urge Florida Governor to Reject Bill on Guns and School Security

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Advancement Project’s Statement Following the State of the Union

We knew Trump’s first State…

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Shame on Senators Enabling a White Supremacist Agenda

With today’s vote, the Senate falls in line with a president who revoked DACA and showed his racist approach.

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Colin Kaepernick Puts Money Where His Mouth Is

Advancement Project is one of last organizations to receive portion of $1 million donation from former football player, social justice advocate

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Latest Termination of Temporary Protected Status is Dangerous and Cruel

More than One Million People Now Stripped of Protection from Deportation Under Trump’s Racial Purge

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Pence-Kobach “Election Integrity” Commission Shuts Down

The decision to dissolve the Pence-Kobach Commission reiterates what we already know: voter fraud is a farce.

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Community Advocates Organize to Suspend School Police from Jeffersontown High School

The very same police that are killing Black youth in the streets have found their way into our schools.

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New Report by National Leaders on School-to-Prison Pipeline Gives Miami-Dade County Public Schools Failing Grade on School Climate

What students need in this moment are counselors and mental health professionals, comprehensive sex education and restorative justice programming. Not police and practices that further calcify the school-to-prison pipeline.

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Much Like the Unwarranted Suspension of Youth of Color, Jemele Hill’s ESPN Suspension is Another Example Racial Injustice

This two-week suspension is an effort to silence an African American who has a national platform, thousands of followers and a message that challenges the status quo. ESPN should be ashamed.

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Advancement Project Files Appeal Brief Seeking to Restore Right to Vote In Louisiana

Louisianans believe in second chances and giving people the opportunity to do the right thing.

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