How To Use the Media Before It Uses You: The Police State Edition

Does the news media tell the truth about you and your community? Are issues that you care about ignored all together? Join Grassroots DC for our introductory, How to Use the Media Before It Uses You Workshop: The Police State Edition. . . . → Read More: How To Use the Media Before It Uses You: The Police State Edition

Community Control Over Police: A Proposition

DC-based organizations like Pan-African Community Action have ideas about how to deal with police brutality. Community control over the police is one. Described here by strategist, organizer and author Max Rameau. . . . → Read More: Community Control Over Police: A Proposition

A Few Unarmed Blacks Killed in the U.S Since 2012

Within the past few years there has been an increase in media coverage regarding unarmed Blacks being targeted and killed by police. It is important to keep track of and acknowledge the victims whose lives were wrongfully taken. This timeline provides a brief account of a few of the unarmed killings of Blacks that have happened in The United States since 2012. . . . → Read More: A Few Unarmed Blacks Killed in the U.S Since 2012

Turn Up and Shut It Down in Chinatown News Round Up

Video coverage of the Black Lives Matter Movement’s Turn Up and Shut It Down in Chinatown event was fairly extensive, in comparison to other events sponsored by the District’s local progressive community. . . . → Read More: Turn Up and Shut It Down in Chinatown News Round Up

Black Lives Matter New Year’s Resolution

On New Year’s Eve, activists from the Black Lives Matter Coalition gathered in Chinatown to protest the killings of unarmed African Americans by the police. . . . → Read More: Black Lives Matter New Year’s Resolution