Nine movement leaders from all over the world share their hopes for the year to come.
A look at the real-life horrors our government is peddling this year — and a look at the movements rising up to stop them.
A commemoration of the monumental life of Thomas Sankara by shining a light on the vibrant Pan-African movements unfolding in the global African community 30 years after his assasination.
IPS’s Netfa Freeman speaks about the 2016 report of the United Nations Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent from their fact finding mission assessing human rights conditions of African/Black people in the U.S.
A detailed analysis on how the spurious ousting of President Dilma Rousseff came about and what can be done to support the social justice movements there.
Despite better numbers, the latest census data leaves much to be desired for closing the racial wage, wealth, and opportunity gaps in the United States.
Black community organizing is at the root of the people and planet first agenda, just take a look at the Vision for Black Lives.
The Institute for Policy Studies, with Black Lives Matter DC, BYP 100, API Resistance, and Pan-African Community Action, host a showing of this video mixtape created by Bashi Rose and Jared Ball, part of the imixwhatilike crew, to commemorate the life and politics of George Jackson.
The Institute for Policy Studies hosts “The Emerging Racial Justice Agenda,” a brown bag honoring the just-released policy agenda of the Movement for Black Lives.
In honor of Black August, a documentary about the movement to free U.S. political prisoners jailed for their involvement in the civil and human rights uprisings of the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Join us in honoring and examining the just-released “Policy Demands for Black Power, Freedom & Justice” by the Movement for Black Lives.
Under the guise of protecting police, laws are being enacted that are nothing more than attempts to censor and criminalize political resistance and protests of police violence.
Black Americans will never trust the police without serious measures to reduce police violence and improve accountability.
Two decades before Bernie Sanders’ presidential candidacy, the hip-hop artist described the absurdity of inequality in America that continues to get worse today.
Democracy Spring demonstrated an opportunity for cross-issue collaboration: fighting big money in politics.