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    Terry Keleher shares his experiences as both parent and racial justice educator.

    Razor-tongued Black feminist lawyer and activist Florynce "Flo" Kennedy would have turned 100 years old today. To celebrate, we offer you some of her powerful, witty and sometimes profane words.

    We're Here, We're Queer and We Look Real Cute | Colorlines

    Activists Describe How They Got Beyoncé's Backup Dancers to Demand Justice for Mario Woods | Colorlines

    StoryCorps Animates a Story of Police Violence From a Black Man Raised by White Parents - This new animated video from StoryCorps tells the story of a young black man who learns about the full extent of American racism when he almost loses his life in a traffic stop.

    Her work continues to influence students, academics, writers and activists.

    Happy 100th Birthday to the Notable, Quotable Black Feminist Flo Kennedy! | Colorlines

    Black Lives Matter Partners With Reproductive Justice Groups to Fight for Black Women

    "This starts by acknowledging the expertise and leadership of Black women as the agents of change in our own communities."

    A woman chants through a megaphone during a protest action through the Central West End of St. Louis, Missouri, on August 20, 2015.

    "This starts by acknowledging the expertise and leadership of Black women as the agents of change in our own communities."

    On 'Jackson Five Nostrils,' Creole vs. 'Negro' and Beefing Over Beyoncé's 'Formation'. As you know, the video for Beyoncé Knowles' "Formation" does the most, from invoking police violence, to flashing back to Hurricane Katrina, to celebrating Blue Ivy's adorable afro. Here, Yaba Blay, a dark-skinned, New Orleans-bred scholar who researches skin color and identity politics, gets into a topic we've been avoiding: the message Beyoncé is sending about complexion and worth.

    Razor-tongued Black feminist lawyer and activist Florynce "Flo" Kennedy would have turned 100 years old today. To celebrate, we offer you some of her powerful, witty and sometimes profane words.

    Razor-tongued Black feminist lawyer and activist Florynce "Flo" Kennedy would have turned 100 years old today. To celebrate, we offer you some of her powerful, witty and sometimes profane words.

    DOJ: “The Department of Justice will take the necessary legal actions to ensure that Ferguson’s policing and court practices comply with the Constitution and relevant federal laws.”

    Rice died at the hands of a Cleveland cop. The city says his family needs to pay for emergency medical services.

    As you know, the video for Beyoncé Knowles' "Formation" does the most, from invoking police violence, to flashing back to Hurricane Katrina, to celebrating Blue Ivy's adorable afro. Here, Yaba Blay, a dark-skinned, New Orleans-bred scholar who researches skin color and identity politics, gets into a topic we've been avoiding: the message Beyoncé is sending about complexion and worth.

    ""My main message is that we have a pathologically, institutionally racist, sexist, classist society. And that niggerizing techniques that are used don’t only damage Black people, but they also damage women, gay people, ex-prison inmates, prostitutes, children, old people, handicapped people [and] Native Americans. And that if we can begin to analyze the pathology of oppression...we would learn a lot about how to deal with it.""

    Razor-tongued Black feminist lawyer and activist Florynce "Flo" Kennedy would have turned 100 years old today. To celebrate, we offer you some of her powerful, witty and sometimes profane words.

    Happy 100th Birthday to the Notable, Quotable Black Feminist Flo Kennedy! - Razor-tongued Black feminist lawyer and activist Florynce "Flo" Kennedy would have turned 100 years old today. To celebrate, we offer you some of her powerful, witty and sometimes profane words.

    Halloween is a time for fun, however, many forget that a costume can become a chance for racism and controversy. In a campaign done by a few Ohio University students, they decided to get in front of the problem and speak up about the stereotypes many portray within the costumes they choose to wear with "We're a culture NOT a costume."


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