Chip Thomas artwork
Chip Thomas artwork

Race, Class, & Immigration: watch-listen

(1)ne Drop Promo Video

Promotional video produced and filmed by Michael Shawn Cordero of MVMT for a 2011 fundraising campaign for Yaba Blay’s (1)ne Drop project.

The Dream is Now

Gives voice to and puts a human face on the undocumented children of immigrants who are desperate to earn their citizenship and give back to the only  country they’ve ever called “home.”

Left of Black with Martha Biondi

Historian Martha Biondi joins Left of Black via Skype to talk about what she describes as “an extraordinary chapter in the modern Black freedom struggle.”

What is social justice?

Kalamazoo College students raise questions about the importance and purpose of social justice.  

Legacy Workout

“The Legacy Workout is dedicated to the memory of bodies of work. Of bodies at work. And at play. Of minds committed to mining greatness, to combating injustice, to insuring a future for future bodies, and minds. The Legacy Workout … Continue reading

When Loud Music Turned Deadly

Repost from the New York Times, this video tells the story of a black teenager in Florida who was killed by a white man after an argument over loud music.

America’s First Muslim Fraternity

Repost from the New York Times, this video offers insight into the beginnings of Alif Laam Meem, the first Muslim fraternity in the United States, on the campus of the University of Texas, Dallas.

Restorative Justice in Justice Systems

Officer Greg Ruprecht sees Restorative Justice in action by keeping offenders from becoming repeat offenders. Read about this in Yes!

Stealing J. Edgar Hoover’s Secrets

One night in 1971, files were stolen from an F.B.I. office near Philadelphia. They proved that the bureau was spying on thousands of Americans. The case was unsolved, until now. Click here to read the story: Burglars Who Took On F.B.I. … Continue reading

Left of Black with Gaye Theresa Johnson

Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Gaye Theresa Johnson to talk about her new book, “Spaces of Conflict, Sounds of Solidarity: Music, Race, and Spacial Entitlement in Los Angeles”.

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