In the Media

The Federal Government's Secret War on Black Activists
  • The American Prospect

The Federal Government's Secret War on Black Activists

The federal government, often in coordination with local police departments across the country, continues to use its expanded authority, dating from the beginning of the “War on Terror,” to demonize and intimidate Black activists.

Why Corporate Accountability Lies At The Heart of Bringing Down the NRA
  • Blavity

Why Corporate Accountability Lies At The Heart of Bringing Down the NRA

While momentum for gun control has grown since the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the NRA has continued blocking reforms efforts even in the face of more school shootings. We must go after the NRA’s political clout by hitting the organization where it hurts—its pockets.

 How The News Media Distorts Black Families
  • Washington Post

How The News Media Distorts Black Families

The news media must help the public understand the systemic barriers that impede well-being for so many families and the policies that could improve them. The time for the media industry to reckon with how it covers families is long overdue.

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Thought Leadership

The Federal Government's Secret War on Black Activists
  • The American Prospect

The Federal Government's Secret War on Black Activists

The federal government, often in coordination with local police departments across the country, continues to use its expanded authority, dating from the beginning of the “War on Terror,” to demonize and intimidate Black activists.

Why Corporate Accountability Lies At The Heart of Bringing Down the NRA
  • Blavity

Why Corporate Accountability Lies At The Heart of Bringing Down the NRA

While momentum for gun control has grown since the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the NRA has continued blocking reforms efforts even in the face of more school shootings. We must go after the NRA’s political clout by hitting the organization where it hurts—its pockets.

Racial Justice Group Responds to Emmy Awards
  • Media Justice

Racial Justice Group Responds to Emmy Awards

NEW YORK, NY – Color Of Change, the nation’s largest online racial justice organization, issued the following statement in following last night’s 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Through our Hollywood Culture Project, Color Of Change works in the entertainment industry behind the scenes to ensure that narratives and portrayals of Black people and people of color are authentic and multidimensional. We do this work by connecting with writers and working within writers rooms to provide connections to experts, research and other resources for writers and others involved in media-making.