Ibram X. Kendi's moving essay on how America regards Black Suffrage and electoral power.
"The Alabama-based poet Ashley M. Jones has a thing or two to say about “redlining” (aka housing discrimination)."
Boston’s Payment in Lieu of Taxes Program: A Fair Deal for Boston Residents
This digital publication, created by Press Press, offers ways of grounding and building independent networks and collective work.
Divesting from Injustice & Reinvesting in Community
Deyanira del Río from the New Economy Project, Linda Levy of the Lower East Side People's Federal Credit Union and Enlace's Cindy Martinez on the need for public banks.
In Are Prisons Obsolete?, Professor Angela Davis seeks to illustrate that the time for the prison is approaching an end.
People-Driven Alternatives to an Unjust Housing System
Institute for Policy Studies Report About the racial wealth divide
Prison Reform Misdirection
by Ruth W. Gilmore
Insurgent Histories & the Abolitionist Imaginary
A Case for Abolition
5 Tenets of Black Feminism
Cohambee River Collective Statement
A History of Black Feminism in the U.S.
The Womanist Reader Library