Black History is Now, part three

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This is my third and final post related to our national observation of Black History Month during February.  For the first two, click here and here. Over at SoulRevision, Kim Moore is taking a new angle on the standard Black History Month profiles: During Black History Month we spend a lot of time talking about our wonderful black [Read More...]

Black History is Now

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Over at SoulRevision, Kim Moore is taking a new angle on the standard Black History Month profiles: During Black History Month we spend a lot of time talking about our wonderful black pioneers of the past (MLK, Malcolm X, W.E.B. Du Bois etc), and the paths they’ve paved for us and how they’ve helped shape our [Read More...]

Now What? Work to be Done

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I’m happy to share two responses to the inevitable days-after-the-election question:  Now What? The first is from Kim Moore (fellow participant in the Faith and Reproductive Justice Leadership Institute at the Center for American Progress, pictured here with me and two other fab women near the White House in September) who posted the following yesterday over [Read More...]


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