Erica Woodland stands in a forested setting and explains what healing justice is and how it's connected to collective liberation.

What is Healing Justice? An Explainer with Cara Page and Erica Woodland

Cara Page and Erica Woodard establish foundational contexts and principles for understanding Healing Justice as a political framework for collective liberation. Watch now.

Education: Democracy’s Battleground?

James E. Ford, PhD, Executive Director of The Center for Racial Equity in Education (CREED), offers a framework to understand schools and education as historically contested sites to determine the viabilities of true multiracial democracy in the United States. Watch now.

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Should Racial Justice Movements Give up on Government? An Explainer with Eric K. Ward

Race Forward Executive Vice President Eric K. Ward argues for the importance of incubating governance through formal institutions of government, as spaces that must be directly contested in order to achieve a truly inclusive, multiracial society. Watch now.

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What is Collective Power and How Do We Build it? An Explainer with Maurice Mitchell

Working Families Party National Director Maurice Mitchell explains the vitality of collective power. Watch now.

Carmen Daugherty, Deputy Executive Director, Advancement Project explains the affirmative action SCOTUS decision against a teal background.

Supreme Court Case on Affirmative Action, Explained

We asked our friends at the Advancement Project to help us understand what this case means for the future of affirmative action, what is at stake and what we can do. Watch as Carmen Daugherty, Deputy Executive Director, Advancement Project helps us place the case and the subsequent decision of the Court in historical and contemporary context. Watch now