Abolition is about the centering of safety, freedom, life. It is a practice of affirmation. I look to the radical healing and love of ancestor Mother Sallie as a guidepost. Abolition is ancestral
Read More Abolition is Ancestral: a Meditation
The Black radical tradition has always involved the disruption of property. We were the “loot” upon which the nation was built, our very existence is the abolition of property
Read More On Property
The unhoused are subjected nonstop to the violence of the 14 policing agencies of the Atlanta area. A narrative and reflection on one incident.
Read More Scenes from Class Struggle in Atlanta
In How We Can Win, Kimberly Jones opens up new paths for dreaming and building an unbounded Black possibility
Read More How We Can Win
Reflecting on the violence of the last months, Malcolm’s words give a path forward with unified action
Read More Message to the grassroots
Safety predicated on police terror is neither safe nor sustainable.
Read More Means to an end
A poem to explain affirmative action, like why it’s crucial.
Read More Affirmative action ( a poem )
What is Agnes Scott College’s commitment to Black Lives?
Read More Injustice at Agnes Scott College
Black people in computing and their allies — designers, developers, technical support professionals, bloggers, data scientists, technical writers, on and on — have issued a call for equity and fairness. Read it https://blacksincomputingopenlettercommunity.wordpress.com/ We want computing to stop harming and menacing Black lives. We want equity in computing and not repression. We want justice.
Read More The Black Computing Community’s call for equity and fairness
People are emphasizing the material over the human.
Read More The Uprising in Atlanta
– Dr Illya Davis, Morehouse College