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Wednesday, March 29, 2017
 

Not your grandma’s civil rights strategy

Whose streets? (Then and now)

ING Bank just divested their DAPL financing – we all helped to change their...

Last month, bank officials met face to face with leaders of the Standing Rock Sioux, and this week they announced the bank had sold the loan at the request of tribal leaders.

Why do some men rape?

You need a lot of empathy and the capacity to nistel to address violence in this context meaningfully and effectively.

Losing home: Climate change is forcing Native communities from their homes

As rising waters eat away the land beneath their feet, many Native communities are turning into climate refugees.

Immigrant communities win in N.M. as court protects rights in jail

The settlement is not final, but immigrant families and social justice advocates are pleased with it.

Ending gender-based violence key to health and well-being

While more evidence on preventing violence and supporting survivors is needed, the time for action is now.

What reproductive rights advocates can learn from Texas (yes, Texas)

How folks in conservative states are responding – and have been responding for years – to infringements on their civil rights.

10 ways movements can encourage and support whistleblowers

Whistleblowing poses a serious threat to power, privilege and the continuation of anti-democratic or authoritarian practices.

On the ground activism: Hundreds march in Chicago to protest against GOP health care...

"This bill puts at risk health care for over a million people, billions of dollars for Illinois and tens of thousands of jobs."

How Chicago became the first city to make reparations to victims of police violence

The ordinance provides a meaningful model for creating reparations at the local level.