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Workers Who Quit Toxic Workplaces Need Our Support

For people who haven’t yet made the leap, remember that resigning takes time.
McKensie Mack
 • 4 months ago

How I'm Carving My Own Path In The Entertainment Industry

While my grandfather was still alive, he was involved and supportive of all of my performing arts activities.
GG Townson
 • 4 months ago

It's Time Fashion Leaders Put Equity First With The New #ChangeFashion Inclusion Rider

The rider will move the fashion industry from rhetoric to action when it comes to equitable hiring practices.
Color Of Change
 • 4 months ago

Last Black History Month, Many Texans Were Freezing Without Electricity; This Year, There’s Hope For Climate Action

I am tired of my neighbors, my constituents, my community being left behind in conversations about climate action and resilience.

The Pitfalls Of NYC Mayor Eric Adams’ 'Blueprint To End Gun Violence'

A return of NYPD anti-crime street units threaten years of work to reform a troubled police force.
Roger House
 • 4 months ago

The Bronx Fire Is A Reminder That The Black Immigrant Experience Can Be Rife With Unfair Barriers

The obstacles for Black refugees and immigrants, in particular, are clear from the numbers.
George Tarr
 • 4 months ago

How White Organizations Can Intentionally Approach Black History Month

Nobody wants to feel tokenized.
Janei Holder
 • 4 months ago

Old Statues Of Confederate Generals Are Slowly Disappearing — Will Monuments Honoring People Of Color Replace Them?

With few new exceptions, public and prominent statues of Black people are nonexistent.
The Conversation
 • 4 months ago

It's Time To Re-Examine And Redefine Public Safety Within Black Communities

The U.S.’s one-size-fits-all, police-only safety model fails to keep our communities safe and exacerbates ongoing police violence, especially in Black communities.
Color Of Change
 • 4 months ago

Black Love Day: A Love Letter To Blackness

Through Black Love Day, Founder Ayo Handy-Kendi has created a celebration of Black culture amid Valentine's Day.
Madelyn Gee
 • 4 months ago

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