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Summary:Youth conduct power analyses of policies and institutions that specifically affect people of color and poor communities.
Summary:"I remember when we had our first protests we used to hide our faces behind the poster boards because we were nervous and embarrassed."
Why do we so rarely hear the views of the people most directly affected -- the millions of undocumented immigrants themselves?
Resisting the Pull of Violence
As long as you’re thinking about sustainable and local food, let’s talk about sustainable labor conditions too, because you’re never going to have a sustainable food system without sustainable labor conditions.
The 2007 Gustavus Myers Book Awards by the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rights.
Make the Road New York is admired for its consensus-based, collective decision-making, an intensive process that builds strong, trusting relationships, leadership, and shared agreement among members.
In Mississippi, African American political leaders and immigrant organizers favor a different calculation: Blacks plus immigrants plus unions equals power.
Immigration policy is race policy in this country, as it has been since the genocide of its native people.
Summary:Despite the fact that we were taking Arlette out of state and that her mother will face deportation, we were denied the request for mother and child to visit.
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