The last 48 hours have felt as breathless as the last four years. We have wept and prayed and grieved and raged and fought and voted and got out the vote. We the people, across race and place, turned out in record numbers to swear in new leaders who will govern for all of us.
Dear Friends, There is a cavern in my chest. One week ago today, we lost a giant in the labor for racial justice. Congressman John Lewis' indefatigable commitment to civil rights spans close to six decades. He became our nation's moral conscience. He was arrested, beaten bloody, skull fractured. And still he showed up to the labor, over and over, urging us to never to fear getting into good and necessary trouble. What does it mean for us to be as brave as the ancestors we cherish? Practice. Together. So
This fourth of July, WATCH this powerful event -- Valarie Kaur in conversation with Van Jones and Chris Jackson on reimagining America. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUOcdLEySz4[/embed] Dear Friends, Tens of thousands of you tuned into our virtual event that celebrated the launch of Valarie Kaur's debut book See No Stranger! It was a stunning, powerful and moving evening with Van Jones, and Chris Jackson on how to reimagine and remake America. This fourth of July, as we reflect on the long labor for justice in America, we invite you to watch (or re-watch) this