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February 26, 2021
To honor Black history is to celebrate Black futures and the radical imaginings of our ancestors. Generations of Black freedom fighters have put forward liberatory political, social, and economic platforms, and Black artists have charted a future where Black people live abundant, healthy, safe, and joy-filled lives. Black History Month is an opportunity to study and uplift the work of the Black organizers, cultural workers, and militants who make a transformed world irresistible. Our political commitment – which has grounded and guided the Center for Constitutional Rights for 55 years – is to...
February 18, 2021
Throughout the Black Freedom struggle, art has been a tool to both contest injustice and envision liberatory futures. In the Civil Rights era, this was the contribution of the Black Arts Movement, a...
Agendas for Black Liberation
February 12, 2021
TO HONOR BLACK HISTORY IS TO CELEBRATE BLACK FUTURES In our weekly call to action, we will highlight different partners and organizations who are doing movement work today to create a better tomorrow...
February 11, 2021
In the six years since Ferguson, calls for accountability for the state-sanctioned murder of Black people have evolved to encompass demands to defund and abolish the prison-industrial complex (PIC)...
February 8, 2021
To honor black history is to celebrate black futures. In our weekly call to action, we will highlight different partners and organizations who are doing movement work today to create a better...
February 5, 2021
In the wake of the 2020 uprisings following the murders of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and countless other Black and brown people whose lives have been cut short by police violence, conversations...
February 1, 2021
In our weekly call to action, we will highlight different partners and organizations who are doing movement work today to create a better tomorrow. We invite you all to continue to educate yourselves...
January 11, 2021
This is Sharqawi Al Hajj, a 47-year-old man from Yemen. He has been detained in Guantánamo for 17 years without charge. Guantánamo opened 19 years ago today. Not pictured are his five siblings in...

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