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Our Collective Liberation Lies In The Land

Our Collective Liberation Lies In The Land Our Collective Liberation Lies In The Land Courtesy of National Black Food and Justice Alliance As Indigenous and Black people navigating a year of toxic politics and a global pandemic, many have returned to practices that help ground us in where we come from — the land. Sitting, walking, and planting in our…

BOLD NEWSLETTER (October 2020)

OCTOBER 2020 BOLD NEWSLETTER Voting Day Message: Statement from director Voting is one small part of what is necessary for all of us to do, I don’t need to say that to those who are reading this newsletter. Getting your membership and constituents to vote is the other part of what is necessary for us to all do. I don’t…

Forced Sterilization of Women of Color Is an American Tradition

The Long, Disgraceful History of American Attackson Brown and Black Women’s Reproductive Systems Alleged medical abuses on immigrant women’s reproductive systems are as American as apple pie. Forced sterilization of poor women of color is an American tradition. Rightful public fury has followed allegations this week that hysterectomies were performed on numerous women imprisoned at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s…

ACLU of Wisconsin Staff Atty

The ACLU of Wisconsin is seeking a staff attorney to join its legal team in the fight for civil rights andcivil liberties. As the state affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Wisconsin worksthrough the courts, in the state legislature, with local governments and with people in the community toprotect and advance civil rights and civil liberties…

Shout Outs to Bolders

BOLD alumni are making their mark throughout the country. Their collective impact is felt in areas as diverse as climate justice, gender rights, and food justice, as they bring national attention to the intersections of race with these issues and inspire other emerging leaders.

[Book Review] Breathe: A Letter to My Sons

As long as Blackness remains under psychic assault due to a heritage of racism in the United States, confronting fear will be critical to Black liberation. In her new book, Breathe: A Letter to My Sons, Princeton University scholar Imani Perry breathes new life into the courageous truth-telling work that confronts mythologies of race, racial terror, and Black masculinity.