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Terror for Profit


America made Dylann Storm Roof. His act of terrorism didn’t happen in isolation. He is the physical and present-day manifestation of a deeply-ingrained mindset that says white Americans are superior and black Americans are – and should remain – at the bottom of America’s social strata. That blacks can be put down. That blacks can Read More >>

MLK and the “Beloved Community”


On Friday, January 16th, Kica Matos, Director of Immigrant Rights and Racial Justice at the Center for Community Change, delivered the keynote address at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum’s 30th Annual Martin Luther King Day Celebration.  The event took place at the Smithsonian’s American Indian Museum in Washington, D.C. The crowd of about 300 people Read More >>