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Tales of exceptional people of color overcoming the obstacles to reach their dreams are the exception, and it’s the exceptions that are visible in the public narrative. What’s invisible – what’s part of the hidden transcript – is what happens when we do everything asked of us but still can’t passed the obstacles.
Pew Research Center releases study documenting increased perception amongst Americans that the gross inequalities between rich and poor are a growing source of tension in the country.
We all know Ron Paul has a newsletter problem. Much has been written of Paul’s refusal to directly answer questions about his controversial newsletters. (The newsletters from 20 years ago rely heavily on racial stereotypes to describe urban life and people of color.)
As my mom always told me, and as my co-worker Malkia Cyril always reminds me, our core motivations are safety and belonging.
As the 99 percent movement spread and progressives gathered to Take Back the American Dream, another important convening took place in the capitol: The Echo Justice Initiative’s first convening. And our opponents should be shaking in their boots.
Yes, from main street to wall street, the democratic occupation of public space has begun. And there may be no turning back until the 99% is satisfied.
As other media have reported, the earthquake, tsunami and escalating nuclear disaster in Japan have demonstrated the power and reach of social media.
How do we ensure that technology will jumpstart next-generation breakthroughs on crucial social issues such as education, human rights, health, and economic development?
In this edition of VisionTalk, Saru Jayaraman talks about how Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) are building a powerful movement to improve the working conditions and wages of the nation’s 10 million restaurant workers.