Legacies of structural racism, exploitative capitilism, and hetero-patriarchy all intersect to shape the realities of mass incarceration for Black mothers and caregivers.
COVID-19 does not discriminate, but our current economic and social policies do.
The numbers emerging from the state should call all to action.
Race, not class, is the strongest predictor of whether someone will be overburdened by environmental pollution, climate disasters and other hazards.
M4BL pushed forward several policy ideas to help protect vulnerable Black communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
“[Please] say a prayer for all the sick, it’s a lot more than you know," he wrote earlier this week.
Those living in public housing throughout the country are particularly vulnerable to the novel coronavirus and its related economic fallout.
Let's push our local, state and federal leaders to share data with Black America about how the novel coronavirus is impacting our communities.