Articles tagged: Black activism


MLK Jr. Library exhibit explores D.C.’s Black feminist history

The MLK Library’s exhibit weaves an intricate, illuminating tapestry of D.C.’s Black feminist history, and it leaves a profound impression.


In light of activist burnout, solidarity is a necessary remedy

Content warning: This article discusses anti-Black systemic violence. Attacks on Black lives are ubiquitous. It has been nine months since Tyre Nichols joined an ever-growing list of names we vow... Read more


Standing Up and Standing Together: Students demand racial justice

“Your silence is suffocating. We, students of color, cannot breathe.” So begins the letter issued by a coalition of Georgetown University Law Center students of color to the GULC administration... Read more