The Trump presidency, like a monster hurricane, is doing unprecedented damage to our democracy and to our progress toward being a nation that is more equitable and fair.
New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and Georgia Rep. John Lewis on Wednesday made sure that the Senate and the country was not distracted by the makeover that the attorney general nominee presented to the country this week.
People’s Action and other groups call for “uncompromising opposition” to Trump’s attorney general pick. “Our question for members of the United States Senate is simple: do they support racism, or do they not?”
Members of Michigan People’s Campaign appeared during Donald Trump’s visit to Flint, Michigan to demand he answer for specific instances of racial discrimination by him and his companies.
The confrontation over the Dakota Access Pipeline challenges President Obama, the Democratic candidate who is seeking to succeed him, Hillary Clinton, and Congress to be clear whose side they are on.
A script prepared for Donald Trump for an interview about race with a Detroit pastor reveals his antipathy for even acknowledging the existence of systemic racism. The Movement for Black Lives agenda offers a contrast.
The Justice Department has issued a memo announcing that it would begin the process of “reducing – and ultimately ending – our use of privately operated prisons.”
Here’s how to play race politics to win white conservative votes: Feign sympathy for black people while vowing to keep them in their place and shut down their talk of systems of institutional racism.
The daughter of Donald Trump complained of New York’s “onerous rules” that will keep her from voting in the Republican primary. But New York isn’t even on the list of states that have recently added onerous voting restrictions.
If Kim Foxx wins in the general election for Cook County, Ill., state’s attorney, that would mean a grassroots progressive-backed advocate would be in place to do battle against a long history of police misconduct.