The racial wealth divide today has not decreased since James Baldwin died in 1987.
Dr. King left us a radical vision. Join IPS and a community of scholars and activists to reclaim this vision, our history and our future, part of the Institute for Policy Studies’s Liberation in Action 2017 Black History Month series!
Housing was a key part of King’s vision for economic justice, but most black Americans don’t own homes.
As I weep over the death of America’s black men, I remember my brother’s struggle for his freedom against unnecessary police searches.
IPS’s Phyllis Bennis joins a line up of special guests for an inter-generational teach-In on the triple evils of militarism, economic exploitation, racism.
Phyllis Bennis and filmmaker Amir Amirani discuss the largest mobilization of people in human history — the 2003 protest against the invasion of Iraq — and its relevance to today.
For 50 years, Detroit’s own John Conyers has been an advocate for important social issues.
How Dr. King would view this day and the need to move beyond GDP.
Millions of people acting together can still beat millions of dollars.
The assassination of Dr. King raises uncomfortable questions.
Malcolm X was assassinated 48 years ago, but his killers failed to keep him from living on in the hearts and minds of those he left behind.
On Obama’s second inauguration, let’s challenge our society to look at how well we are addressing the “giant triplets” of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism.
Coretta Scott King was MLK’s equal partner.
While the President honored MLK’s work for civil rights and economic justice, he did not mention King’s equally important work against the Vietnam War and U.S. militarism.
One does not have to be a member of the Supreme Leader’s fan club to be skeptical of the Iran assassination allegations.