Articles tagged with: Politics
On Saturday, March 3, 2012 at AFSC Georgia Peace Center, surrounded by historic photographs documenting demonstrations and protest for social change, four women will discuss the roles they have played in politics and in building movements for peace.
Jeff Chang and Brian Komar of the Center For American Progress teamed up for this new piece in The American Prospect, “Culture Before Politics”, making the case that progressives need to build the infrastructure to support cultural strategy and cultural organizing.
Obama is not as racially obscure as Justice Clarence Thomas or as radical as the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. But, he occupies a curious public space where his “Blackness” is palatable across race and class fault lines.