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Protest: The Gift of Disruption

Protests are spreading across the country, and this, I think, is a gift. And I hope it is a very disruptive gift. Before you complain about the inconvenience of protests, remember this: protests need to be disruptive. They need not be violent, but…

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No More Of The Master’s Tools

For the second time in two weeks a grand jury voted not to indict a police officer for killing an unarmed black man. Last week it was Darren Wilson who got a pass in the killing of Mike Brown in…

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White Supremacy, Sex, and Ferguson

**UPDATE, DEC. 4, 2014: It was brought to my attention by a reader on December 3 that Frankel and Winston's post had been edited with a very different tone after I linked to it here. It is unfortunate that instead…

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Standing with the Family of Michael Brown

We were saddened and outraged by the announcement last night that the Grand Jury has decided not to charge Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown. In this time of tremendous pain, the US Human Rights Network (in which Woodhull is…

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64 Days for Human Rights – Week Three

In commemoration of the 64th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights this year, the US Human Rights Network is highlighting 64 member and partner organizations as a way to raise awareness about the domestic human rights movement. Yesterday, October…

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Perverts of Color – A Call For Submissions

I saw this call for submissions in a comment thread on Alas and since I thought it would interest people who visit this site, I am posting it here:Perverts of Color AnthologyCall for SubmissionsThe voices of US racial minorities in alternative…

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