Black Lives Matter Condemns the Treatment of Haitian Migrants at the U.S./Mexico Border

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Black Lives Matter condemns the racist, anti-Black treatment of Haitians and all Black people seeking asylum in the United States. Rather than reversing Trump’s policies targeting Haitians for deportation, the Biden Administration continues to support and reinforce long-standing oppressive policies against Black immigrants and asylees…

Imagining Abolition (Episode 3): The Abolitionist Pod

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Black people have witnessed and experienced death for centuries. Over the last year and a half, with COVID, we’ve experienced it at an even greater intensity. In this moment, we want to focus on food. Dirt. Nourishment…

Police Associations Are Not Unions

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The history of Black people and the labor movement is long and deep. Today, and every day, we honor the labor, and the labor organizing, of our Ancestors and our people…

#AllHandsOnDeckTX!

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Earlier this week, we saw far-right extremism at play: The conservative majority of the Supreme Court allowed a near-total abortion ban that will disproportionately impact Black women in Texas…

Climate Justice Is Racial Justice

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In any crisis, it is the most marginalized and vulnerable that suffer the greatest impacts — climate change is no different. In the United States, disproportionate percentages of Black people live in places that are polluted with toxic waste, leading to negative health effects like cancer, asthma, and more…

August 21: #Black August Day of Black Power

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Black August honors Black freedom fighters — past and present — many of whom were killed by the state or imprisoned for defending Black lives. August 21st itself marks three key moments in Black history…

Sign the Petition: Amazon Cheated the Workers in AL

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We told y’all back in April — when the Alabama Amazon Union vote results came back as a no to unionize — that our fight wasn’t over. This fight is an important one — because workers’ rights are human rights, and it’s on us to call out disparities in the workplace when we see it. That’s why we’re jumping right back in where we left off…