Written by Walter Thompson-Hernández, http://remezcla.com The myth of the Latin American racial democracy, scholars believe, began in Brazil following the abolishment of slavery in 1888, when government officials declared that high rates of racial [...]
Dorothy Johnson-Speight (right), the National Director of Mothers in Charge, spoke to the congregation of St. Columba Church in Berkeley at the church’s Saints Day Service on Nov. 1. Mothers in Charge is a [...]
Fast-food workers, care givers, and store employees in hundreds of cities across the country walked off the job Tuesday demanding a $15-an-hour minimum wage and union rights.
Tensions remain high at Berkeley High School in the wake of a student walkout sparked by the discovery of a written message in the school library threatening to lynch Black students.
A report released by Rep. Maxine Waters, ranking member of the House Committee on Financial Services, and members of the Congressional Black, Hispanic and Asian Pacific American Caucuses, has found a disturbing lack of diversity [...]
PUEBLO, People United for a Better Life in Oakland, is holding its 26th anniversary celebration on Thursday, Nov. 12 at La Estrellita restaurant at 6 p.m. at 446 E. 12th St. in Oakland.
By Tyler Kingkade and Travis Waldron, the Huffington Post University of Missouri system president Tim Wolfe announced Monday that he would resign, amid calls from students, faculty and lawmakers for him to step [...]
CultureStrike, in collaboration with Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, has forged partnerships between artists and frontline environmental justice organizations to create a provocative, limited-edition art print portfolio, called “We are the Storm,” that highlights the urgency of [...]
By Nikolas Zelinski It has been 10 years since Katrina hit New Orleans, leaving a lasting impact and growing disparities in the hurricane’s wake. To shine a spotlight on conditions for Black people [...]