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BlackOut for Human Rights kicks off 4th annual #BlackOutBlackFriday nationwide boycott...

On Friday, Nov. 24, the biggest retail shopping day of the year, also known as “Black Friday,” BlackOut for Human Rights will kick off its fourth annual #BlackOutBlackFriday campaign, urging people nationwide to take part in an economic boycott of major retailers and any corporations that violate human rights standards and/or profit off the pain and suffering of others. Launched in 2014, #BlackOutBlackFriday is a call-to-action encouraging individuals to refrain from shopping to protest social and economic injustice in the U.S. and instead engage in cultural activism.

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Power concedes nothing without a demand: Community demands reinstatement of Hunters...

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When our ancestors speak, LISTEN! Part 2

With the crises growing on each and every day, WE again appeal to our youth and adults to utilize every means to stop the wealthy and foolish fossil fuel industries and challenge every candidate for elected office to produce serious climate reparations proposals and practices.

Black student athletes in California can now say, ‘Show me the...

“For decades, college sports have generated billions for all involved except the very people most responsible for creating the wealth. That’s wrong.”

KPFA’s ‘Rescue Pacifica’ candidates stand with WBAI against takeover

The Rescue Pacifica candidates for the KPFA Local Station Board believe that KPFA and its sister stations should uphold the values of democracy, transparency and community-based decision making. We oppose undemocratic power grabs, including the attempt to close WBAI.