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Building a New Racial Justice Movement

By Rinku Sen This week, the nation will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom with events in Washington, D.C., and many other cities. A hot summer of race news—Moral Mondays to preserve voting … Continue reading

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30 Years Later, Freedom in a Case With Tragedy for All Involved

The Innocence Project has successfully proven that Phillip Bivens and Bobby Ray Dixon did not commit. How many others are serving prison time for crimes they did not commit? How many others were coerced to admit to crimes by police detectives who … Continue reading

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Support the NAACP

This article was written by Shirley Sherrod and appears in The Afro. It is an eloquent piece about “Sherrodgate” and the NAACP. More importantly, she lays out in a very personal way why the NAACP is important for all Americans who … Continue reading

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