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Facebook Bans White Nationalist and Separatist Content

Facebook announces it’ll ban white nationalist and white separatist content after an outcry from civil rights groups including Color Of Change, which has been on the company’s case for years for its questionable civil rights practices and failure to reign in hate groups.

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“Simply Unprecedented:” 6 People of Color Leading 2020 Presidential Campaigns

Rashad Robinson is quoted in this article about the record number of people of color this election cycle. People often assume a white man has the best experience, he says, but today’s candidates are opting for new and increasingly Brown and Black campaign leaders, rather than simply going with someone who’s run a campaign but lost before.

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Thought Leadership

Rashad Robinson: Redefining Our Approach to Digital Advocacy

This Q&A published in the Huffington Post discusses how Rashad Robinson and Color Of Change have built a winning advocacy strategy, harnessing the power and potential of the Internet, to move Black people — and all people in this country — forward. Full Q&A is below. We Built This by Taryn Finley, Huffington Post, 2/1/2019. […]

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VIDEO: Rashad Robinson Accepts the North Star Award

Rashad speaks at the North Star Fund Awards about how to capitalize on this moment of political agitation following the election. He underscores the necessity of supporting Black-led interventions to accelerate social change and letting Black people truly take the lead in strategy and power in the movement for racial justice. Full video here.

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VIDEO: Rashad’s Keynote Speech at the Personal Democracy Forum

Rashad passionately asks, “Are We Going to Get This Right?” as he speaks about building a real resistance in response to the 2016 elections. He talks about mistaking presence for power, the danger he saw in Trump’s racist attacks on President Obama, and how to build a true movement for change. Full speech here.

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