Thebigdivide.org is a non-profit 501c3 organization to help educate, bring awareness and focus on uplifting the voices of individuals and communities impacted by racially-motivated violence, discrimination, and oppression – which has risen to new heights in this post-election era. The impacted communities are tied inextricably to those experienced by other minority and marginalized communities: our oppression is interconnected and so must be our fight for freedom and justice. The Big Divide is committed to uprooting the social structures and systems that continue to divide us, by grounding our work in intersectional and cross-sectoral education and training. We are committed to building the infrastructure and resources to organize and mobilize the communities we serve, to take action and to stand in solidarity with all marginalized and disenfranchised communities.
Reverend O’Neal Dozier, who once thanked God for the election of Donald Trump, is now cutting ties with the president and the Republican Party. Says he can’t tolerate the President’s racist views and foolish behavior ... See MoreSee Less
This banner was displayed on the Green Monster at Fenway Park, at the Red Sox and Oakland Athletics game. Apparently the banner came in response to the racist comments at the beginning of the season at Fenway. Security ejected four fans from the stadium for displaying the sign, with a Red Sox spokesperson telling reporters it was a "violation of the club's policy prohibiting signs of any kind to be hung or affixed to the ballpark," per ESPN.com ... See MoreSee Less
Our mission is to build community and collective power across South Asian communities in the United States, through storytelling, intersectional and cross-sectoral education, grassroots organizing and advocacy training, and mobilizing our communities to fight against systemic injustices and inequities.
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