From Hillary Clinton to sanctimonious columnists, leftist equivocation in the face of fascism abounds.
On Justice and Survival: A Native Reflection on International Women’s Day
Don’t we all deserve more than survival?
Don’t Pretend to Care About Black People if You Vote for Anita
On December 15, I was one of a group of 16 protesters who went to jail for an act of … More
To Baltimore with Love: Chicago’s Freedom Dreams
As protests continued in Baltimore on Tuesday, hundreds of Chicagoans rallied and marched in solidarity with those who’ve taken to … More
Reparations in Chicago: The Homestretch
Yesterday was a historic day in Chicago. The movement for reparations for survivors of police torture is on the brink … More
A Message in Motion: Reparations Now!
Last night, a group of activists and allies took to the subway in Chicago to make some noise about this … More
Chicago Torture: Freedom for Jon Burge Can’t Be the Last Chapter
Freedom came early today for former Chicago Police Commander Jon Burge. It was expected that Burge would begin his parole … More
At Rahm Emanuel’s Doorstep: On Reparations, Police Torture, and Moving On
Last night, members of The Chicago Light Brigade, Project NIA, and Chicago Torture Justice Memorials gathered with friends and allies … More
Willing to Live for Our People
Last night, over 600 people marched behind some of Chicago’s brightest and most politically conscious elementary school students as they … More
Chicago Rising: This Year in Struggle
I wanted to write a piece about the most powerful moments in Chicago activism this year, but as I reviewed … More