The films Get Out and Sorry to Bother You reflect a welcome shift in Hollywood films. They feature Black narratives and mostly Black actors that creatively use Afro-surrealism to blast racism and working-class abuse.
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This analysis of a current lawsuit exposes a right-wing attempt to break up Asian American’s longtime support for affirmative action. It provides valuable history on the unfinished fight for equal access to jobs and education for all discriminated-against peoples in our society.
Video featuring Bilal Mafundi Ali, lead coordinator for the Bay Area National Prison Strike Solidarity Committee
She thanks, with love, those who supported her against the U.S. government’s legal attack.
ABC should trust their proven Black creatives as much as they trusted Roseanne.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson calls rules against racist segregation a “failed socialist experiment.”
A new documentary on Raisin in the Sun author Lorraine Hansberry, 1960s-era Black radical and artist.
Reflections and questions raised at the Seattle Black Panthers’ 50th anniversary conference.
Check out this video scrolling the names and faces of AAPI newsmakers, including FSP leader and poet Nellie Wong.
Silence Breakers take on city management over workplace abuse and discrimination.