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If We Want To ‘Zoom’ Towards More Black Faces In Tech, Committing To Structural Change Is A Must

This is how we start to dismantle systems.

Black Missouri Mayor Gets Text Saying He 'Should Swing From A Tree' After Updating Face Mask Mandate

“You should swing from a tree, I’m not threatening it, but would love to see it,” one of the text messages read.
Alyssa Curtis
 • 13 days ago

New York City To End Solitary Confinement By The End Of The Year After Death Of Layleen Polanco

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Monday that the city would look into ending the practice for all prisoners this fall.
Jon Greig
 • 14 days ago

Reddit Suspends Pro-Donald Trump Forum In Attempt To Crack Down On Hate Speech

Ahead of the ban, President Trump was criticized for retweeting a video in which one of his supporters yells "White power" during a rally.
Jon Greig
 • 14 days ago

Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron Is Fighting A Mask Mandate Instead Of Having The Cops Who Killed Breonna Taylor Arrested

The attorney general continues to do everything under the sun but obtain justice for the 26-year-old EMT.
Amaya Woodley
 • 14 days ago

Why The Government Should Leave It To Local Communities To Define What Public Safety Means To Them

Safety isn’t about the absence of crime — it’s about the presence of opportunity.
Renita Francois
 • 15 days ago

An Anti-Racist Future Is Important To Black Teens Like Us, So We’re Walking 65 Miles For It

Wisconsin elected officials must do more to support Black youth in Wisconsin. Enough is enough.
50 Miles More
 • 15 days ago

Black Mississippi Mayor Fights Back Tears While Signing Executive Order To Remove Divisive State Flag

"I don't apologize for being emotional," Mayor Johnny Magee said during the signing.
Tomas Kassahun
 • 15 days ago

House Passes George Floyd Justice In Policing Act Of 2020

"When we pass this bill, the Senate will have a choice, to honor George Floyd's life or to do nothing," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said ahead of the vote.
Alyssa Curtis
 • 18 days ago

Tina Knowles-Lawson Leads Call To Urge Lawmakers To Pass Legislation Addressing Voter Suppression In Black Communities

Led by Tina Knowles-Lawson a letter pointed out multiple examples of voter suppression in Georgia, Kentucky and Pennsylvania where voters had to stand in long lines.
Jon Greig
 • 19 days ago

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