The Parkland students have called for a national March for Our Lives on March 24, in Washington, D.C., with sister marches around the country. They have raised over $3 million to support the organizing effort.
By Jamie McKelvie This article originally appeared on Medium and is re-posted with the permission of Intelligent Mischief, Mobilize the Immigrant Vote, and Movement Strategy Center. Marvel’s Black Panther is coming to theaters across the world on February 16th and it’s already breaking records. Black communities, fans of Black Panther, fans of the Avengers and others are in …
In 2014, Manuel Pastor delivered a Bioneers keynote—which is still applicable today—about how to build a successful social movement.
Who are we? Can we live in a world where all life is respected and all human beings are afforded the dignity and respect they deserve? Can we, as human beings, be humane beings? Can we create a circle of human concern where all humans are inside the circle and all life is respected? Can we have a we without a them?
In an enormous class action lawsuit, black farmers received millions of dollars from the USDA for years of discrimination. Bioneers reports on its involvement in a major story of justice.
In his 2017 Bioneers keynote speech, john a. powell explores the current state of division in American and global society and shares a hopeful vision for a future of inclusivity and belonging.
First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win.
This piece was originally published on the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) website. The CELDF is building a movement for Community Rights and the Rights of Nature to advance democratic, economic, social, and environmental rights – building upward from the grassroots to the state, federal, and international level. Recently, New Hampshire Representative Ellen Read …
The FBI relies on local law enforcement agencies to identify and report crimes motivated by bias, but many agencies fumble this task.
In her 2017 Bioneers keynote, Heather McGhee discusses what it means to have a representative democracy for a future that benefits us all.