"If you believe #BlackLivesMatter , then you believe Black Theater Matters. It is time for all hands on deck. Take a moment and give what you can. Let’s own our present and our future." - Margo Hall https://t.co/ZwWgkkTMFL
MUST READ: The Black Men's Survival Guide recently published by @BlackmenBuild is an important resource to help Black Men in the US move smarter during and after this pandemic and wave of police violence attacking our communities. https://t.co/1bHpRbxQfa
My grandson, Jelani, is a co-producer on this second "8:46" follow-up show. It aired on CBS over the weekend. I'm glad the CBS sports family wants to take the discussion of systemic racism and what it means to be Black in America further. Did you watch it? What did you think? https://t.co/tkjjIqVEHY
Wow what a legacy these 2 great men have left. #JohnLewis and #RevCTVivian made an incredible impression upon me growing up during the civil rights movement. I'm so grateful for their love of black people and their commitment to civil and human rights. Rest in power! https://t.co/DnU0BbZTrZ
Here is my full response regarding Mr. Yoho and the culture of misogyny that inspired his actions.
I am deeply appreciative of my colleagues and everyone speaking up and out against the rampant mistreatment of women both in Congress and across the country. ⬇️ https://t.co/nFfxy5UdmP
Today, workers are withholding their most valuable asset — their labor — in support of dismantling racism and white supremacy, to bring about fundamental changes in our workplaces, economy, and society. #StrikeForBlackLives#PoorPeoplesCampaign
Tune in This Sunday at 2pm EST for a special live broadcast of Guy Mintus trio's Gershwin Global concert benefiting the Jazz Foundation of America's COVID-19 Musicians' Emergency Fund. Set your reminder now! https://t.co/JqzLabztAwhttps://t.co/n2Ake8swix
Discussing and protesting racism isn't divisive.
You know what's divisive, dehumanizing and deadly?
And racism isn’t “I dislike you.”
It’s “I’m going to assert power to facilitate circumstances to your detriment because I believe I’m superior and deserving of power.”
More than 360 prominent human rights and racial justice leaders sent a letter to US gov. calling for a halt to deportations to Haiti. “Our vibrant and righteous movement for Black lives includes the lives of Black immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers,” - @opalayo. #Juneteenthhttps://t.co/4uNcpNQKUB