Civil Rights Hero Charles Ogletree

Our dear friend Charles Ogletree, his wife Pam, and his family are going through a very difficult time, as described in this recent Washington Post article. There would be no Equal Justice Society but for the faith Tree had in our mission.  He was the founding Chair and is now Chair Emeritus. He vouched for […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 9.5

So much crazy stuff has happened in one day that I could not wait until next week. Kevin Durant says Colin Kaepernick’s protests changed his perspective on race. The legal profession is diversifying. But not at the top. Donald Trump’s long history of clashes with Native Americans. Women of color have high ambition, but little […]
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Call Senators to urge them to vote NO on the tax bill!

The New York Times – perhaps to atone for the fuzzy story on a Nazi – tweeted for folks to call Senators to urge them to vote NO on the tax bill. PLEASE ACT! Remember, folks such as Paul Ryan do not believe in government.  If this bill passes with the creation of huge deficits, […]
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EJS Deplores Trump’s Islamophobia

We are appalled at the President’s racist tweets. We fear that they will result in our Muslim friends and allies feeling even more vulnerable.  Each day we witness more hatred and madness. We hope this nightmare will end at some time, but for now we stand shoulder to shoulder with all those who are feeling […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 9

This incredibly insightful article from the Atlantic might explain why there are so many items for me to report week after week after week after week.  It’s long but well worth your time. The Nationalist’s Delusion One hundred thirty-nine years since Reconstruction, and half a century since the tail end of the civil-rights movement, a […]
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