Pizza & Social Justice, conceived around a local couple's dining table, is now incorporated as an Illinois 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under IRS rules.
By Karen Withem
The Power of Questions
"Today, as Black History Month comes to a close, we want to explore a chapter of U.S. history that is often overlooked. It's about the escape of enslaved people from the American South to Mexico.
The New Yorker Radio Hour podcast recently featured an interview with Dorothy Brown, tax researcher and Emory University Law School professor, that suggests that the Internal Revenue Code is structured to disadvantage African heritage taxpayers while benefiting white American tax
Jason Reynolds. author of many books, brings his wisdom about language, imagination, and narrative to this conversation in the podcast, On Being, especially as those features relate to racism, oppression, and freedom.