Racial Justice Group Condemns Not Guilty Verdict in Philando Castile Trial

“This was a clear cut case of unnecessary, fatal police violence”

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The Prison Pipeline Starts With Schools
  • MIC

The Prison Pipeline Starts With Schools

School tracking practices that relegate students to remedial or robust curriculums have long been controversial. But as Color Of Change points out this Q&A, many Black children face an even more devious tracking system: The school to prison pipeline.

Civil Rights Goes Digital
  • Stanford Social Innovation Review

Civil Rights Goes Digital

SSIR evaluates Color Of Change, and our impact, as a critical new model for innovation in the field of social change activism.

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Thought Leadership

O’Reilly’s Advertisers Can’t Keep Looking the Other Way
  • Huffington Post

O’Reilly’s Advertisers Can’t Keep Looking the Other Way

Companies like United, IBM, and Delta promote themselves as champions of diversity and inclusion. So why have they been bankrolling a television star who, in the span of just one week, earned headlines for sexually harassing female colleagues and mocking

Racial Justice Group Condemns Gorsuch Confirmation: A Vote to “Turn Back the Clock on Our Country”
  • Power & Voice

Racial Justice Group Condemns Gorsuch Confirmation: A Vote to “Turn Back the Clock on Our Country”

“Today Senate Republicans voted to turn back the clock on our country by confirming Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Gorsuch is a dangerous and reckless pick. As a federal judge he even went so far as to condone a trucking company which argued that a Black employee should have remained with a broken trailer and risk freezing to death rather than leaving to protect himself. From our right to vote to reproductive rights, Gorsuch’s lifetime appointment poses a grave threat to our freedoms."

Racial Justice Group Calls on Advertisers to Drop Bill O’Reilly

Racial Justice Group Calls on Advertisers to Drop Bill O’Reilly

“As horrifying as these new revelations of sexual harassment are, no advertiser can claim it’s the first time they’re hearing about O’Reilly’s long, documented history of sexism and racism. From physically abusing his ex-wife and sexually harassing one of his producers to lying about being attacked during the 1992 Los Angeles riots and denigrating Congresswoman Maxine Waters on-air, Bill O’Reilly’s track record of sexual harassment and race baiting is hardly a secret.