Recommended film: 10,000 Black Men Named George

During the Great Depression, jobs were scarce for working class people, especially African-American workers. Working as a porter for the Pullman Rail Company was one option that came with compounded pay discrimination as darker complexion employees took home a third as much pay as their lighter complexioned counterparts and sometimes made to work for no [...]

Rememory: reclaim our history of fortitude!

by Izzi Creo REMEMORY is to re-remember the world within us, the fact that we do indeed have roots of strength and resiliency. We can only know where we are going if we know where we’ve been. We are not formless scattered peoples with no direction and compass. We have a history of fortitude against [...]