Calling Bloggers and Social Media Activists of Color!

The Equal Justice Society is proud to support Netroots Nation, the country’s top convention for progressive online activists. We’re encouraging bloggers and social media activists of color to submit session ideas for this year’s gathering by March 31. (Contact me if you need help with submissions.) The fourth annual gathering of the Netroots (formerly knownContinue reading “Calling Bloggers and Social Media Activists of Color!”

Honolulu Advertiser: ‘More join ceded lands fight’

Honolulu Advertiser reporter Gordon Pang mentions EJS and JACL in his roundup of amicus briefs filed with the Supreme Court in the case involving lands held in trust for Native Hawaiians. Because the U.S. has admitted that the 1893 overthrow was illegal, “the ceded lands hold unique cultural, spiritual and political significance for the NativeContinue reading “Honolulu Advertiser: ‘More join ceded lands fight’”

Eva Paterson: ABC7 Story on Ledbetter Act

Eva Paterson is included in a story by ABC7’s Mark Matthews on President Obama’s signing of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, which will make it easier for people to get the pay they deserve — regardless of their gender, race, or age. The Act was introduced by Bay Area Congressman George Miller.