Racial Justice

The Baltimore Bureau Podcast Show: July 20, 2018

July 22, 2018

This week Eze and Khalilah discuss reporting from the Baltimore Bureau including concerns about Baltimore police overtime, immigrant rights advocacy, and which candidates for Governor of Maryland transportation advocates are supporting. They also review Marc Steiner’s interview with E. Ethelbert Miller on his new book of poetry If God Invented Baseball

Baltimore Councilman Compares Tax Break to ‘Tropical Fruit That I Can’t Pronounce’

March 4, 2018

The glib remark came during a serious debate over the real cost of tax breaks to developers as the city moves forward with new incentives while state analysts warn the final price tag of these expansive private subsidies is unknown by Stephen Janis and Taya Graham

Democratic Candidates Emphasize Racial Justice Ahead of Super Tuesday

February 26, 2016

Phd student Robert Greene argues that there are a lot of major fights going on in the state and local level that progressives have to be a part of, because the future of progressivism is inextricably linked with the future of the American South

Free Speech Violations and Re-Education Programs at Florida University

August 26, 2013
Intimidation of Palestine solidarity activists increasing on US college campuses

Students and Teachers Defend Education

April 15, 2013
A four day occupation warns of the privatization of schools turning education into a privilege instead of a right

TRNN on the Occupy Wall Street Movement

April 15, 2013
A four day occupation warns of the privatization of schools turning education into a privilege instead of a right

Activists Occupy to Fight Racism and to Struggle for Racial Justice

July 6, 2012

In New York, people of color play key role in shaping Occupy movement