Led by those taking to the streets on May Day and in the future, we will finish the fight. Together, we will overcome the last stand of white supremacy.
This is a victory for anyone who believes in democracy and in the notion of second chances.
Governor Scott joins a long, ugly history where Black people are told that their political participation doesn’t matter and can be voided.
There is a fundamental mismatch between the nurturing school climate students need to learn and grow, and the culture of policing, a culture primarily tasked with law enforcement.
We call on all supporters of democracy, voting rights and the rights of marginalized communities to remain vigilant as we continue to fight for justice in the face of institutions that threaten our country’s promise of a just democracy.
The rise of hate crimes like this one are countenanced because of the White supremacist views embraced across this country and by those in power.
An attack on one is an attack on all, and we will meet this with resistance and affirmations of each other’s humanity.
Trump and Sessions are painting a false picture of a nation riddled with violent crime in an effort to reverse every shred of progress that has been made.
For people of color, there is no limit to what could hang on the balance with this nomination.
It was clear from the beginning that the slogan, ‘Make America Great Again,’ was a call to white nationalists and a nod to exclusionary policies that target people of color.
Buttressed on a lie, Trump is looking to make it harder to vote by questioning the integrity of our election system.
A candidate who won on racism, sexism and xenophobia is moving into the White House.