Category Archives for "Op-Ed"

Nov 14

OP-ED – The Industry of Black Suffering: Breaking Down the Non-Profit Industrial Complex

By Adam Jackson | Op-Ed

EDITORS NOTE: This is an essay published in the 2013 State of Black Baltimore published by the Greater Baltimore National Urban League. It’s published alongside other essays and testimony about the history of the youth jail fight in Baltimore City. This is also an extension of an article published last year about the insidious tactics of Hathaway Ferebee, the executive […]

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Aug 30

The 2013 LBS Racial Justice Agenda

By Dayvon Love | Op-Ed

Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle was not surprised by the George Zimmerman verdict. We all are aware of the way that white supremacy attributes anti-human characteristics to Black people in ways that make us vulnerable to gratuitous violence. From Hurricane Katrina, to police brutality, mass incarceration, and now the Zimmerman verdict is just another episode […]

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