Like many of you, we were up late reading and reacting to the leaked draft Supreme Court majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization which appears to overturn … Continued
re:power is excited to welcome Mercedes Fulbright as its new Director of Civic Engagement Programs. In this role, Mercedes will manage a portfolio of civic engagement programs—including campaign management and … Continued
We’re thrilled to announce three new movement leaders who have been unanimously voted to join re:power’s board: Jennifer Epps-Addison J.D., has spent the last 25 years leading justice-centered campaigns and … Continued
To our re:power community, It’s taken some time for me to weigh in on this because we don’t want to be another organization using tragedy to promote our work or … Continued
re:power is excited to welcome Ateira Griffin as its first Director of Women of Color Leadership Programs. In this role, Ateira will engage re:power’s self-identifying women of color alum and … Continued
How do we lead when faced with the never-ending and persistent trauma we are experiencing in America?
Justice must include a re-envisioning of what it means to protect Black people and other people of color in this country.
The liberation of marginalized and oppressed groups is not trendy, and should be funded with the urgency these issues require.
This miscarriage of justice is an offense to Breonna’s memory, and to the efforts of the countless folks who have uplifted her name in recent months.
Long-term, cycle-over-cycle organizing of people of color and their White allies, is what will ultimately loosen the tight grip of white supremacy on our institutions of democracy.