The remarkable “Day without Immigrants,” when tens of thousands walked out February 16, sprang from the grass roots with little coordination by unions or worker centers. But to their credit, many groups are now looking to build on that momentum with strikes and protests May 1.
After the latest fatal police shootings of Black men, captured in horrifying video footage, many of us are asking ourselves tough questions.
How can we step up to stop this state violence? What can we do to expose and challenge racism against Black people in our own workplaces, communities, and families?