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Stalled U.S. Debt Relief Is the Latest Broken Promise to Black Farmers

Elisha Brown Facing South
Out of 3.4 million farmers working in the United States, fewer than 50,000 are Black...due to historic racial discrimination in federal farm programs — and now efforts to address that history are themselves being attacked as discriminatory.

We Demand Bold Action for All Working People

The Movement for Black Lives M4bl The Movement for Black Lives M4bl
The capitalist system doesn’t just drive wealth inequality—it is designed to exploit and undermine the working class and to protect the power and economic interests of the wealthy.

Anti-Asian Violence Didn’t Start or End With Trump’s White House

Sara Kim Truthout
Over 85 Asian American and LGBTQ groups are “calling for a redistribution of wealth and resources into things like health care and housing … because we know that at the root of the violence that we see in our communities, is … inequality.”

The Tulsa Race Massacre Went Way Beyond “Black Wall Street”

George Yancy and Robin D.G. Kelley Truthout
This year marks 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre, where roughly 300 people — predominantly Black people — were killed; Black churches, schools and businesses were burned to the ground, and the homes of Black people were looted.

White People’s Stake in Ending the White Republic

Erin Heaney Organizing Upgrade
Organizing poor and working white people – who are not currently a part of our movement but who have everything to gain by joining multiracial formations, especially in the South – provides a major opportunity to break the power of a white republic.
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