These past few weeks have been a devastating time for both the African American community and for law enforcement.
If people power is to grow, it must be in arenas old and new, from game development to labor organization.
Dissent is not the same thing as hate. Let us be unyielding in our commitment to building an abolitionist future.
A new museum in Michigan holds up a mirror to America's racist cultural past and present.
Black Americans cannot afford, both figuratively and literally, to have America's problem of race inequality continuously pushed off.
Our broken communities cannot continue to live in fear of the police; and their fear of us must also change.
Like most, we are profoundly saddened and grief-stricken by these horrific events; our hearts go out to the families of those killed, civilian and police alike.
Alton Sterling, 37, joins the seemingly endless list of Black people slain by cops and mourned by their neighbors, families and friends.
In 1963, the following article appeared in the pages of The Worker, a predecessor publication of People's World . . .
They stood up and in a simple act, spoke his name - Mike Brown. Others have stood up since.