End Mass Criminalization of Black and Brown Youth

End Racism and Discrimination

Sunday, 11 January 2015 00:00

Worse Than Keystone

This is land that has been in my family for decades. It is prime Red River Valley agriculture land. It was handed down to me by my mother and father when they passed away, and I’m intending to hand it down to my children when I pass away. Of course, if thousands of barrels of oil burst through this thing, that is the end of the family legacy.

—James Botsford, whose land lies along the proposed route of Enbridge’s Sandpiper Pipeline Project

Published in Zero Climate Emissions

Minnesotans protesting police violence and institutional racism could face "staggering" fees and criminal charges for a protest at Mall of America, with the City of Bloomington announcing plans to force organizers to pay for the mall's lost revenue during the exercise of their free speech rights, highlighting important questions about free speech in an era of privatized public spaces.

Tuesday, 04 November 2014 00:00

How Voter ID Laws Affect Women of Color

Headlines are telling a bleak story this election season, particularly for women of color. Fast food and home care workers—the vast majority of them minority women who are living in poverty—have been striking for a living wage.

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