COLORLINES: A NEW RACIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENT?

I choose picture books, for my classroom, that support this kind of mentality. Thanks for reading The Picture Book Pusher.

BEAUTIFUL, ALSO, ARE THE SOULS OF MY BLACK SISTERS

The Return of Direct Action

It’s not just Trayvon. From immigrant rights to voter ID, young, Obama-era organizers have turned up. Dani McClain reports.

Building a New Racial Justice Movement

Rinku Sen writes that harnessing the new activist energy that will be witnessed at this weekend’s March on Washington takes more than putting the word “new” in front of “civil rights movement.

Stop and Frisk, South Asians and Kal Penn’s Tweets

When the actor tweeted support for NYPD’s policy, South Asian leaders responded with a clear rebuttal–and Penn agreed.

A Tale of Two (or Three) Marches in Washington, D.C. Brentin Mock hashes out the who, what and when of the March on Washington anniversary events.

Still Marching for Jobs The economic justice demands of the 1963 March on Washington remain unmet, writes Imara Jones.

‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ and the History of Black Work at the White House A look…

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