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Racial Justice - African Americans

We Can All Be Social Engineers.

Information for this post is from Book 6 in my Making of America series: Marshall was born in Baltimore in 1908. His interest in law, and his awareness of racial injustice was awakened early. A window in one of his high

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A Measure of Accountability

The jury in the Derek Chauvin murder case found the former Minneapolis policeman guilty on all counts – but as relieved as most of the nation was, it was not a moment

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Last Week in DemCast

Last week a jury of his peers declared Derek Chauvin “Guilty. Guilty. Guilty.” And at the same time, the breath in another Black body — a teenage girl in Ohio — was

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Last Week in DemCast

Last week the nation was again focused on the Chauvin trial as additional instances of Black and Brown people dying at the hands of police came to light. DemCast’s Danielle Eaglewarrior and

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Movement Leaders: Solidarity IRL

Last year tested women of color activists, but also validated their collective wisdom. We hosted a powerful year-end conversation with movement leaders, Kratina Baker, Kortni Malone, and Cristela Solorio Ruiz. We discussed

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