Black Work Talk
In conversation with Black Work Talk host Steven Pitts, JWJ’s Erica Smiley analyzes fissures on the right, suggests we raise our sights.
Max Elbaum
The GOP is doubling down on racist authoritarian politics and a steal-elections strategy; we need to block and build.
Linda Burnham
Keith Jennings “knowingly and skillfully carried forward the complex legacies of Malcolm X, MLK, and African liberation movements.”
Jeff Ordower
Let's invest in infrastructure to support organizing alongside or outside of unions, base-building groups & nonprofit organizations.
Richard Wallace
Equity And Transformation (E.A.T.) organizes Black workers in the informal economy—the survival economy for excluded communities.
Alex Lalama
Let's radically push ourselves and imagine possibilities full of curiosity, safety, joy, solidarity, consent, healing, and resting.
Bob Wing
The majority of African Americans, the frontline of the struggle against Trumpism and for social justice, live in the South.
Organizing Upgrade
Color Of Change President Rashad Robinson joins OrgUp editors and guests to discuss how to turn the racial justice majority into a governing majority.
Marcy Rein
With deep listening and straightforward talk on racism, organizers can win white people to the fight for multi-racial democracy.
Calvin Cheung-Miaw
The struggle against the right needs to be intermeshed with all-out fights tackling the immense suffering in our communities.
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