During this election season, many of our partner organizations have been working hard to make sure that people of color, immigrants, and low income folks know about their right to vote and are registered in time. With confusing and misleading language on many of the important ballot initiatives around the country, community organizations have put together voter guides to show how each initiative impacts communities of color.
Join Food Chain Workers Alliance, Food Day, The Praxis Project and dozens of other organizations and individuals to celebrate Food Day on Friday, October 24th at the The First Amendment Room, National Press Club, 529 14th St NW,
"Your Human Dignity shouldn’t be truncated because you’re priced out of the commodification of an essential resource." Charity Hicks on water shut-offs
It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that our beloved comrade and sister Charity Hicks has joined the ancestors.
The Praxis Project is excited to release, “Transforming the Economy from the Ground Up,” a paper on the solidarity economy authored by the Highlander Research and Education Center.
The Jackson Rising: New Economies Conference will explore the possibility of making Jackson, Mississippi a center and example of economic democracy by building strong cooperatives and other forms of worker owned enterprises and financial institutions that will create jobs with dignity, stability, living wages, and quality benefits. Check out the conference's site for more information.
In 2014, Detroit hosted The Praxis Project’s annual gathering, Roots & Remedies, just three weeks after Grace Lee Boggs turned 99 years old. Our agenda for the three day gathering was inspired by Ms. Grace’s urgent question she asked throughout her life as a speaker, writer, philosopher, organizer and visionary: “What time is it on the clock of the world?”
Help us tell the story of Makani Themba’s unique legacy as a change agent with your personal video message! Record the video with your device and email it to email@example.com by Friday, October 15th. Let her know what she means to you, your work for justice and how she's made an impact in your life and community. We’ll show the video message at the celebration events in Oakland and Washington, DC. If you have any questions, please email Miles or call our Praxis office at 202-234-5921.
On July 10-12, 2015, close to 300 freedom fighters from across the nation convened on the campus of Shaw University in Raleigh, NC, the first historically black institution of higher education in the South. We deepened our shared analysis of root causes and elevated practices and policies – remedies – to inform how we're using this momentum to Build a Better Movement!