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BLACK FUTURE MONTH
Distinguished Professor of African American Studies, Gender an...
Join the revolution!
Brandan BMike Odums
How We Learned (Are Learning) Transformative Justice
Adrienne Maree Brown
Co-editor of Octavia's Brood: Science Fiction from Social Just...
We survive, we learn, we have agency about our next steps.
I Dream Of Healthy Black Futures
Renee Bracey Sherman
, Guest Writer
If we are going to withstand the destructive policies of this incoming administration, we’ll have to be even more creative.
Black Land And Its Role In The Liberation of Black People
Interim Executive Director at the Center for Third World Organ...
Land is power. Land provides the opportunity for self-determination.
Felix Jackson Jr
The Black Possibilities Coup
Amtyah Osunbunmi Asili
National Political Organizer for Communications Workers of Ame...
Your Black future is yours to create!
Pay Young Black Folks To Do The Work They Want To Do
Tiffany Dena Loftin
Senior Program Specialist in Community Advocacy and Partnershi...
Young black people have got this every bit as much as the next person, and maybe more so.
June's Psalm: Realized Rights And Unquestioned Humanity
Director of Community Organizing with New Voices for Reproduct...
Because we know the abundance of all that is ours, we demand justice.
Black Sex Matters: No More Fear Of Flying
Sonya Renee Taylor
Founder and Radical Executive Officer of The Body is Not An Ap...
We make radical Black freedom with our radically Black bodies.
Creating Black Futures Within The Present
Artist, activist, writer and member of the collective, iQhiya
Oppressed people simply need more space for our imaginations to live, cultivate and comfort each other.
Lucas Alvarado Farar Sabaah Folayan
My Fight For $15 Is About Black Futures
Member of the Fight for 15 National Organizing Committee
I’ve always lived in poverty, but living in poverty and having someone depend on me is a completely different story.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
Environmental And Health Justice Intersect for Healthy Black Futures
Elizabeth Dawes Gay
Health & social justice advocate based in Washington, DC. @Ech...
Environmental racism is the problem. Environmental justice can be the solution.
A theological context, apocalypse may give hope that after the destruction of evil, restoration can occur.
In America, Aging While Black Takes Solidarity, Activism And Magic
Associate Professor of Sociology at Parkland College in Champa...
"The eradication of ageism is important for thriving Black lives and free Black futures.”
2017 Is The Year To Fight For Black Trans Futures
Transgender Gender Variant and Intersex (TGI) Justice Project
We all need to get to this future together, but we’re not starting from the same place.
Black Friendship, Black Love
Amber J. Phillips
Writer, organizer, and digital strategist working to advance t...
If we are invested in the liberation of all Black people, we must be in healthy relationship with the community we claim to love.
Ethan X Parker
Black Cripples Are Your Comrades, Not Your Counterpoint
Cyree Jarelle Johnson
Poetry Editor at The Deaf Poets Society
The black activist mainstream has been slow to add disability justice to their platforms for a brighter black future.
TIFFANY LENOI JONES
For The Love Of Black Transwomen, Black LGBTQIA Folks Resist
Social justice fundraiser
What if the march towards Black liberation centered the lives of Black transwomen?
Healing Justice Is How We Can Sustain Black Lives
Director of Healing Justice at Black Lives Matter
We are literally – not figuratively – in a fight for our lives.
Black Muslim Futures Matter
Communications Strategist for the Black Lives Matter Global Ne...
I am Black and I am Muslim, and the Black Muslim experience is real. We matter.
Black Futures Of Safety, Security And Non-Surveillance
Founding member of The BlackOUT Collective
In the 21st century, the overseer has jumped from outside on the street to online in your home.
A More Abundant Share – The Future Of Food Is Black
Co-founder of Nourish|Resist. Community Programs Manager and C...
Young Black people will lead the conversation on changing our food and farming systems.
Make Our Way Home: Radical Legacies Of A Black Feminist Living Room
Alexis Pauline Gumbs
Community cherished black feminist writer, scholar and educator.
Our communities are creating housing, spiritual space to breathe and collective space to gather without permission.
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