Adrienne Maree Brown

On The 45th Anniversary of Malcolm X's Assassination, Feeling El-Hajj

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Feb 22, 2010 10:29AM

elhajj_45years_022210.jpgThis post originally appeared on Adrien

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Alien Apartheid? A Race-Aware Viewing Guide for District 9

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Aug 16, 2009 11:36PM

district9.jpg just watched district 9.

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Ignore the Haters, Sierra Club!!: Open Letter to Allison Chin

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Jul 29, 2009 5:13PM

Dear Allison, Yesterday, the Sierra Club published a post on their Insider blog - "Yep, We're Too White".

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A Deeper Dive

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Jul 14, 2009 7:37AM

We've all heard about the incident at the Philly pool. Color of Change put out a great incident report in case you missed it.

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What's UP with the US Social Forum?

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Jul 9, 2009 2:00AM

In 2010, the second US Social Forum will take place in Detroit Mi, from June 22-26.

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Michael Jackson - Who's Loving You?

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Jun 26, 2009 12:12AM

While he lived, he was quite possibly the most listened to person alive. The most sampled and copied. The most played. The youngest person to make people move.

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Vulnerability and Malcolm X

by Adrienne Maree Brown on May 20, 2009 11:31AM

via www.adriennemareebrown.net/blog yesterday was malcolm x’s 84th birthday. happy birthday el-hajj malik el-shabazz.

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What's the New-Old?

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Mar 17, 2009 1:12PM

you know i often hear forrest gump in my head. “i may not be a smart man, but i know what love is.” this economic moment has been crystallizing that phrase to me.

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Shifting Power

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Feb 28, 2009 1:54PM

The environmental movement is changing, slowly but surely. I weave in and out of the throng at Powershift 2009.

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The Darkness

by Adrienne Maree Brown on Jan 20, 2009 1:18PM

Now, at this moment, we have a black president. Black like many black people are, with a lot of other stories woven into his blackness, having organized for justice for years.

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