Category Archives: ejs

Our 2018 elections are still vulnerable

We’re seeing lots of headlines on election cybersecurity this week after Rex Tillerson, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, and this morning, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper continued to raise the alarm about the vulnerability of the 2018 elections to outside influence and hacking. Unfortunately when it comes to […]
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Are We Listening To Our Consciences About Deportations?

“If you want to know what you would have done in the early days of the Nazi regime, look at what you are doing now.” Those words from a tweet have haunted me since I read them early in the days of Trump and Trumpism. I gave a speech to the Anti-Defamation League and did […]
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Help stop Trump judicial nominee with history of suppressing the Black vote

From our friends at LDF: [Thomas Farr’s] career is characterized by his continual efforts to advance and codify racism in North Carolina. From approving racially discriminatory materials to intimidate Black voters on behalf of the Jesse Helms for Senate Campaign, to fiercely fighting for laws that disenfranchise and weaken opportunities for people of color, Farr’s […]
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Eva Paterson at 30th All Peoples Celebration in San Diego

Updated Jan. 17 with new video. EJS President Eva Paterson was in San Diego today to keynote the 30th All Peoples Celebration, an annual gathering that honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. See Eva’s message, and below is a video of her remarks, and some reactions on Twitter to her […]
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In San Diego to Honor Dr. King

Greetings from San Diego! I’m here today to keynote the 30th All Peoples Celebration, an annual gathering that honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The organizers expect an amazing crowd of more than 1,000 community organizers, artists, students, business leaders, elected officials, and faith leaders. Special thanks to Andrea Guerrero, […]
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