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Two years after the uprisings for racial justice in the summer of 2020, Black people are still being disproportionately and unjustly killed by mechanisms of the state.

From driving the climate catastrophe to propping up police power, BlackRock is one of the most powerful corporate actors on the planet. And our friends at LittleSis explain why this makes BlackRock deserving of being voted into the 2022 Corporate Hall of Shame.

We commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people in Texas, and share some things you can do in recognition of Juneteenth.

A section of "the Roadmap for Reparations" graphic by Paloma Rae: two directional markers pointing in different directions -- showing the racist history of Wells Fargo and the movement for reparations.

It’s time for those who profited from the suffering of black people to pay reparations, including Wells Fargo.

As we head into the second week of the U.N. climate talks, the U.S. is blocking a critical policy to ensure Global South communities have the resources to deal with the impacts of the climate crisis.