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"For The Movement" Discusses Civic Engagement During the 2018 Election With Ebony Baylor

This week on For The Movement, we discuss Civic Engagement during the 2018 Election Cycle with Ebony Baylor, Director of Civic Engagement for the National Urban League; and Ebonie Riley, DC Bureau Chief for the National Action Network. The hosts for this episode are Donald Cravins, Jr. and Antonesia "Toni" Wiley.


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Progressive Groups Join Forces to Ensure Voting Rights and End Corporate Sabotage of Common Good

Increasingly alarmed by powerful corporate and wealthy interests that have pushed the U.S. political system toward catastrophe, nearly 100 national organizations on announced that they are coming together…

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Politically Correct, or Perfectly Civil
What is wrong with being “politically correct” if it means being perfectly civil, informed, and mindful of others. If African American people say that blackface is offensive, it’s not a big deal, Megyn. It’s offensive. If members of a group say something is wrong, why not accept it?…
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NAACP Files Voter Complaint Against Brian Kemp Over Voting Machine Irregularities
Georgia NAACP has received complaints from several voters on touch screen irregularities when attempting to select Stacey Abrams as their choice for governor – the machines instead chose Secretary of State Brian Kemp.
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The State of Lending in Communities of Color
New research that measures how well banks serve communities found that America’s access to banking expanded from 2015 to 2017 – except when it comes to more than 53 million Black and Latinix consumers or others with low incomes or less education.
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Handful of Billionaire Families Grab Nation’s Wealth for Themselves, New Report Details How

“Because of changes in tax law and aggressive use of trusts and tax dodges, we are now witnessing a resurgence of dynastic inherited wealth,” Collins of IPS observed in an op-ed for Common Dreams on Tuesday.

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Announcing a New Crime Novel from Award-Winning Journalist Bill Fletcher, Jr.

Set within a Cape Verdean American community undergoing a transformation of its own consciousness, Fletcher’s crime novel dives deep into two timely questions: Is revenge ever a moral form of justice, and when does silence become complicity...

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