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Director Ava DuVernay tweeted the hashtag and shared stills from some of her projects that capture the "beauty of brown skinned girls."
California Rep. Barbara Lee lost, but the Congressional Progressive Caucus still made big gains.
The congressman from New York beat fellow Congressional Black Caucus member Barbara Lee of California.
A long fight by lawmakers like Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) is set to go mainstream, and an antiwar push on Yemen soon after the midterms could show how.
The 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force has now been used to justify U.S. military efforts in more than 20 countries.
The California congresswoman would be the first black woman and the most progressive person in the party leadership.
"Mothers had no idea where their babies were," said California Democratic Rep. Barbara Lee after touring an immigrant detention center.
After all, the NBA champions won't be visiting the White House.
Prospects for World War III got a boost this week on Capitol Hill, where conformity reached new lockstep depths. A bill that
"The more an AI system or a robot can understand the values of the people that it’s interacting with, the less conflict there’ll be."
Barbara Lee said presidents have been "hiding behind" the 2001 war authorization "to engage in unilateral action."
Democrats explained all the ways Donald Trump frightens them. It's a long list.
According to multiple voices in the DC press, the idea of the U.S. bombing Syrian government forces is "back on the table" this week. You can urge your Senators and Representative to insist that Congress debate and vote to approve or reject an authorization for the use of military force before any U.S. military action against the Syrian government.
"Should any of this warrant a death sentence?" Rep. Barbara Lee asked.
Representative Barbara Lee Illustrates Instances of Police Violence Using a variety of props to illustrate her point, Representative Barbara Lee (D-CA) details instances in which black Americans have been killed by police.
The congresswoman was the only "no" vote on a sweeping 9/11 war authorization that's still in use.