Linda Green and Karyn Pomerantz, 6-25-2021
In Prince George’s County, Maryland, antiracist activists are bringing national issues into local neighborhoods by fighting vaccine inequities, police violence, imprisonment, and housing injustice. This blog advocates for multiracial unity and anti-capitalist politics. It supports organized, coordinated movements independent of electoral politics that include direct action and political education: walk the talk! While many activists participate in demonstrations and national and international campaigns, it is essential to recruit neighbors to sustain a mass movement against racism in their communities and on the job.
This article describes several campaigns in this County and beyond, our challenges, and opportunities, and recommendations for other places.Continue reading “Local Struggles Target Racism with Unity and Determination”