Marcus Harrison Green

Social Justice vs. the NFL

The league’s continued crack down on protests during the national anthem has left some questioning their fandom.

 

Aaron Dixon. Photo by Susan Fried

The Black Panthers’ Revolution Never Ends

As the Seattle Black Panther Party marks its 50th anniversary, its disruptive force lives on.

 

Those That the Gun Debate Perpetually Forgets

There’s a common myth that the black community speaks of gun violence only when law enforcement is its perpetrator. That marches, protests, and ad hoc… Continue reading

 

Black Lives Matter’s #MeToo Moment

A new local BLM chapter wants to restore the movement to its roots.

Marcus Harrison Green

Confessions of an Imperfect Ally

Struggling with not being an oppressed oppressor in today’s America.

Marcus Harrison Green

What White Marchers Mean for Black Lives Matter

As black activists burn out and move out, the number of white allies grows.

Nikkita Oliver speaks at a demonstration in front of the current King County Youth Detention Facility in January. Photo by Alex Garland

Can Our Activists Get Some Love?

King County says protests had nothing to do with its new approach to juvenile detention. That’s hard to believe.

Nikkita Oliver speaks at a demonstration in front of the current King County Youth Detention Facility in January. Photo by Alex Garland
Men and women march in the Seattle Womxn’s March on inauguration day. Photo by Erin Hawkins

A Search for Identity in the Land of the Free

A year after the election, a reflection on where we are, who we are, and who we could become.

Men and women march in the Seattle Womxn’s March on inauguration day. Photo by Erin Hawkins

A Father’s Fight to Free His Son from America’s Incarceration Addiction

Nathan Austin needed therapy. What he got was hard time.