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By High Point Strategy Group
Film delves into effects of COVID-19, systemic racism and cyclical poverty in Milwaukee
By 1017 Mack Drama Records/MafiaGang Nation/ BSM
Mack Drama / Jimmy Spice New York, New York, USA Collaboration
By Latinos and Race
Buena Vida Media leads a three part series of conversations on racism and colorism in the Latino community. The series will be streamed on Facebook Live: July 16th, July 23rd and July 30th from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
By Islamic Leadership Institute of America
There is no racism in Islam, but it is unfortunately still rampant among Muslim communities.
By Boyz II Business Entertainment, LLC
Dana Burtin's Personal Story of Racism and "Mind Over Matter"
By DC Media Connection
In celebration of the 155th anniversary of the emancipation of slavery, or JUNETEENTH... Detroit native, Angel N. Livas presents I AM BLACK ... an introspective mini-documentary on the black man's experience with law enforcement in the 21st century.
By A. L. Bryant
Shocking revelations present real-life evidence of transformation in The Truth About White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America Novel
By Jang Studio
FLOAT TRUE, a poetic debut by Deborah Jang, startles as it reckons with today's headlines
By Candice Nicole Public Relations
Debuting on the Anniversary of Loving vs. Virginia -The Law That Legalized Interracial Marriage
NAAFA stands against racism in all its forms and calls on our citizens of the United States to stop the senseless killing of Black people.
By Citizens for Jade Simmons
Spurred on by the latest unjust killing of George Floyd, national riots, and racial inequality, 2020 presidential candidate, Jade Simmons, will host a virtual rally for restoration to share solutions beyond our prayers and protests.
The F.L.O.W.E.R. (Front Line Organizations Working to End Racism) Coalition is holding a week of action to protest against the 126th General Convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC), which is being held at the Atlanta Century Center...
By Twice Pi Press
New Thriller Asks "What If?" in an Explosive and Controversial Read
By Georgia Coalition for the Peoples' Agenda
In response to President Donald Trump's racist tweet attacking four US Congresswomen and  his subsequent campaign rally where his follower's chanted "send her back,"  the Georgia Coalition for the Peoples' Agenda (GCPA) issued the following...
By Alfred Street Baptist Church
Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley, senior pastor of Alfred Street Baptist Church, released the following statement regarding the tragic shooting at Chabad Synagogue in Poway, California: We here at Alfred Street Baptist Church share in the grief of members of..
On February 2nd, the antiracist coalition FLOWER (FrontLine Organization Working to End Racism) celebrated the cancellation of "Rock Stone Mountain 2" with a march through the town of Stone Mountain.
FLOWER (Front Line Organizations Working to End Racism) regards the "Rock Stone Mountain II" cancellation as a complete vindication of the broader antiracist strategy of relentless opposition to white supremacy.
The FLOWER (FrontLine Organizations Working to End Racism) Coalition is announcing a meeting place and time for protesters ready to counter the Klan on February 2nd. Protesters will converge at 9AM in downtown Stone Mountain at the corner of E.
In recent weeks, things have gone from bad to worse for the white supremacist organizers of "Rock Stone Mountain II," which is scheduled for the Saturday before the Super Bowl at Stone Mountain Park outside Atlanta.
By Virginia Poor People's Campaign
Demand includes a call for expanded voting rights and an end to new fossil fuel infrastructure
On January 10, a coalition of civil rights organizations, including the NAACP and the SCLC, announced they would hold a rally on February 2 to kick off an effort to remove all confederate monuments across Georgia.
On January 7, 2019, 31-year-old Alan Hutzel appeared before Judge John Herbert Cranford in Coweta County with a motion to dismiss his case.
On February 2, 2019, the day before Superbowl Sunday, Neo-Nazis and Klansmen will hold a hate rally under the name "Rock Stone Mountain 2".
By IngramElliott Publishing
This award-winning paranormal historical novel mixes the experience of an African-American youth with an ancient Native American curse for an edgy and thrilling escape from the ordinary.
By Rich Girl Productions
My Dead Selfie a supernatural horror film on race by Director Joy Shannon Their love was colorblind until it turned red

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