Black Media: Authentic Stories, with Authentic Voices

September 24, 2020 Adam Briones General

Black Media: Authentic Stories, with Authentic Voices Now more than ever, California’s Black community and other communities of color need accurate news to make certain that [...]


Justice is on the Ballot: A Town Hall on California Ballot Propositions

September 17, 2020 Greenlining Diversity & Inclusion

Join us for a conversation on the November election! There’s no mistaking that racial justice is on the ballot this November. From restoring equal access to [...]


Standing for Black Lives Against Domestic Terrorism

September 4, 2020 Debra Gore-Mann General

Things are not getting better. On June 9, The Greenlining Institute held our community vigil for Black lives who were lost to police and community violence, [...]


The Public Health Case for Prison Abolition During COVID-19

August 27, 2020 Christian Beauvoir Health Equity

Black people were dying in prisons and from the unjust policing practices that put them there long before anyone had heard of coronavirus or took to [...]


SB 1120 Can Help Fix California’s Housing Crisis

August 25, 2020 Adam Briones Economic Equity

This week, California state legislators have the opportunity to take an important step towards addressing the historic economic and racial segregation that has been fueled by [...]


Waking up Disconnected in this Anti-Black World

August 10, 2020 De'Zhon D. Grace Leadership Academy, Economic Equity

Imagine being born into battle, a competition for survival. Only you aren’t aware of the competition. You never realized that a self-appointed opponent wants not just [...]


Electric Trucks Are Coming Thanks to California’s Clean Truck Rule

August 7, 2020 Leslie Aguayo Environmental Equity

Those trucks that deliver your Amazon packages and bring goods from ports to distribution centers cause a lot of California’s air pollution. They’re about to get [...]


A New, Anti-Racist Future

July 27, 2020 Debra Gore-Mann General

Now is the time to build an anti-racist economy grounded in an agenda that rejects anti-Blackness. The recent passing of John Lewis, our beloved civil rights [...]


In Memoriam: Robert ‘Bob’ Gnaizda

July 16, 2020 Greenlining General

The Greenlining family mourns the passing of Robert (Bob) Gnaizda, one of the organization’s co-founders and a life-long advocate for racial and economic justice. On behalf [...]


Confronting – and Erasing — the U.S.’s Racist History

July 9, 2020 Bruce Mirken General

In his July 3 speech at Mount Rushmore, President Donald Trump accused progressives and Black Lives Matter activists of waging “a merciless campaign to wipe out [...]

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