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Rima Vesely-Flad, PhD, discusses her new book “Black Buddhists & the Black Radical Tradition: The Practice of Stillness in the Movement for Liberation”
FOR-USA and the Amherst Massachusetts African Heritage Reparation Assembly co-hosted an early screening of the documentary “A Reckoning in Boston” on December 9, 2021. The panel discussion afterward included FOR’s Inaugural Wink Fellow, Dr. Fernando Ona, along with the film’s co-Producer and co-founder of Boston’s Common Good Co-op Kafi Dixon and Evan Lewis, Assistant Dean for Community Outreach, UMass, Amherst.
FOR’s Inaugural Wink Fellow, Dr. Fernando Ona, had the opportunity to speak with Co-Producer Kafi Dixon about her documentary “A Reckoning in Boston”
September 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protest that took over Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan for two tumultuous months in 2011. The action began with little fanfare on September 17, 2011, but soon captured
In my inbox this morning from a major nonprofit organization that should have known better was a Juneteenth celebratory greeting: “We proudly celebrate Juneteenth, the day slavery finally came to an end throughout the South — historically a monumental feat
We celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this year at a time when our nation has come to a fork in the road and the fate of our democracy depends on the path we take. Just 12 days removed from
Embed from Getty Images Max Hess, former Interim Executive Director of FOR-USA, is an Atlanta-based attorney who has been involved in peace and justice causes for decades. In the Q&A that follows, he recounts his experience trying and failing to
FOR USA’s executive director, Rev. Dr. Emma Jordan-Simpson, delivered the 31st Annual Salem Peace Lecture was held online on Thursday November 19th. Dr. Jordan-Simpson’s topic was “Unfinished Democracy: Making Good Trouble for Racial Equity.”