People Of Color Organize! is a website journal and media source produced by organizers supporting critical thinking, strategic work and direct action for social, racial, gender and economic justice. The website features debates, events and trends within and emanating from the revolutionary left on matters of race, national oppression and self determination efforts.
People of Color Organize! is for all readers interested in people of color and our/their activism, community organizing, theory and perspectives. In addition to the primary contributors, we have many groups, individual activists, and concerned citizens of the world who post articles, comments and revolutionary events.
New contributors are always welcome. Go to the writers button to get in touch with our editors.
Comments are also welcomed, so long as they are respectful to others and focus on ideas, not personalities or sectarian debates. See our comments policy.
One major thing that should be noted is that the views and opinions presented on this blog are those of the authors of the articles or comments in question. They should not necessarily be taken as representing the editors’ own views. Posting an article, website link, blog, etc. here does not imply endorsement. The items that are posted simply meet one standard: they of interest and potential value to revolutionary minded and critically thinking people.
This site relies on the critical faculties of its readership to discern and uncover the validity of facts and arguments posted here.
About Blogroll and Other Sites
The Blogroll is our gesture of appreciation to sites that link back to us. If your blog or site links to us and you wish to be listed in our Blogroll, please use our contact form. We reserve the right not to include sites, but we try to include all who link here. If you see your site linked and don’t want to be included, please get in touch.
Other Sites lists websites of interest.
We post a diversity of topics and videos several times a week and donations are accepted primarily to support the blog space and staff. We hope you make this site your information hub to keep your pulse to the people! Thank you for visiting!