The WNBA just cracked down on some of the players for their statement against violence and police brutality. With more than 70% of the league being made up of Black athletes, the WNBA is heavily profiting from the hard work of Black players and should not be trying to silence them as they call for an end to the violence they face daily. Join us in demanding that the league rescind their fines immediately! More »


Justice for Philando & Alton

Our nation has woken up to yet another video of a Black man dying at the hands of police autoplaying in our social media feeds - and it feels like we're in a never-ending nightmare. More »


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Why Policy Alone Isn't Enough To Change Racial Injustice In America

The close of 2015 brought with it decisions from grand jury not to indict anyone in the deaths of Tamir Rice and Sandra Bland, who both died in high-profile police encounters. According to Rashad Robinson, the executive director of the advocacy group Color of Change, the lack of accountability reveals an ugly truth about the fight for racial justice: Policy prescriptions won't be enough to create real change. More »