Thank You for Standing with Us in 2019!

Dear Friends, Seasons Greetings!!! You believe in equal opportunity, equity and justice for all people. Everyone should have the right to live as they chose regardless of race, gender, ability or sexual orientation. Systemic change is possible only when people like you and me are willing to stand up and fight for the future we […]
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Office reopens on January 6, 2020

Our office is closed for the holidays. We reopen on Monday, January 6, 2020. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

Sacramento City Unified School District and Advocacy Groups Pursue Settlement of Lawsuit Alleging Disability and Race Discrimination

Update: Article in the Sacramento Bee The Sacramento City Unified School District (District) and plaintiffs suing the District for alleged discrimination against students based on race and disability asked the federal court to pause litigation so the parties may seek potential resolution through settlement. The lawsuit, alleged as a class-action, was filed by a coalition […]
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This Week in White Supremacy #106: Powerful Photo Shows Black Medical Students Standing on Former Slave Plantation in White Coats

Note: TWIWS will be on hiatus for the rest of the year. We will return in early January. A group of students from Tulane University’s School of Medicine is gaining attention after they gathered together at a former slave plantation in Louisiana to pose for a photo they say powerfully illustrates their “ancestral resiliency.” %5B…%5D
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Tuesday Evening: Impeachment Demonstrations Across the Country

Trump used military aid to pressure Ukraine to interfere in our 2020 elections, before trying to cover it up. Let’s be clear: the President tried to cheat to win the 2020 election- proving a pattern of abuse that started in 2016. The only appropriate recourse is impeachment and removal. GET READY TO TAKE THE STREETS! […]
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