Submitted by The Praxis Project on Mon, 11/30/2015 - 12:54pm
On this series: In our last #WhereDoWeGo post, we examined reparations as a crucial piece of the struggle to overcome white supremacy and racism in the U.S. Now we’re looking at amnesty—expungement of records and decriminalization—as another leg of that journey.
Submitted by The Praxis Project on Wed, 10/07/2015 - 12:13am
In 2014, Detroit hosted The Praxis Project’s annual gathering, Roots & Remedies, just three weeks after Grace Lee Boggs turned 99 years old. Our agenda for the three day gathering was inspired by Ms. Grace’s urgent question she asked throughout her life as a speaker, writer, philosopher, organizer and visionary: “What time is it on the clock of the world?”
Submitted by The Praxis Project on Wed, 09/23/2015 - 2:01pm
On July 10-12, 2015, close to 300 freedom fighters from across the nation convened on the campus of Shaw University in Raleigh, NC, the first historically black institution of higher education in the South. We deepened our shared analysis of root causes and elevated practices and policies – remedies – to inform how we're using this momentum to Build a Better Movement!
Almost one year ago in Ferguson, MO, police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Mike Brown and left him lying in the street. Since then, the list of names of unarmed Black people whose lives have been taken by the police keeps growing.