With all the focus on the elections it can be difficult to remember (or even to find out about) the millions of people organizing for social justice every day. Some of those struggles are highlighted in this issue of my Read more...
People of Color/Multiracial People/Native Americans
Rich or Upper-Middle Income
Poor/Working or Middle Class
Lesbians/Gays/Bisexuals or Genderqueer
First Language Other than English
Paul Kivel facilitates a web conference on Addressing Barriers to Health And Safety. The Pathways Statewide Steering Committee along with the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and the Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault are host Read more...
This issue of the newsletter “Resources for Racial Justice,” provides resources on understanding and fighting this moment of rising Islamophobia, examining anti-colonial projects like the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, some perspectives on racism for White people, and links to resources Read more...
This resource was adapted from the Catalyst Project and other sources.
1. Oppose H.R. 158
H.R. 158 – The Visa Waiver Program Improvement Act is a piece of legislation on the federal level which imposes visa restrictions on travelers Read more...
We may have a lot more at stake personally when confronted with friends or family members who are outspokenly racist. Our ability to continue the relationship or to spend time with that person may be at issue. Unfortunately, there is Read more...
Although your family members may all be white and your neighbors appear so, there may well be people of other cultures, people in interracial families, people of mixed heritage or people who are passing as white among your friends. People Read more...
Land is wealth. It is the foundation for housing, the source of food, the producer of wood, minerals, oil, gas and other resources, the location of industry. The history of racism in the United States can be traced to people’s Read more...
The US healthcare system is so riddled with racism that tens of thousands of people of color die needlessly every year because of its inadequacies. Others are permanently disabled, live with remediable conditions, or suffer seriously inferior quality of life. Read more...