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“Seeding by Ceding”

JASS is excited to announce that we have been awarded a one-time unrestricted gift by author and philanthropist, Mackenzie Scott. This substantive contribution comes at a crucial time in the world when philanthropy needs to be ambitious, imaginative, and expansive…

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Reflections on a New Era in Honduras

By Delmy Martínez The scene after the 2021 presidential election: There is an air of freedom, and hope for change. The feeling of bonding is everywhere--in the looks, in the smiles, in the dance of the leaves moving to the rhythm…

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Why anti-racist struggles are critical for our liberation

An interview with Phumi Mtetwa, Regional Director, JASS Southern Africa To mark 21 March, The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (also observed as Human Rights Day in South Africa), JASS sat down with Phumi Mtetwa, Regional Director of JASS…

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What’s LIBERATION without play?

A riddle:  What is more powerful than power?   As the oceans boil, and the hurricanes beat violently against our shores, and the air sweats with the heat of impending doom, and our fists protest the denial of who and what…

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Caution: Women are crossing the line

Strong women ’bout to walk across the line // This ain’t no once upon a time // These stories we ’bout to write are true // Sweat n’ bleed for the rights of me n’ you   In Ukraine and…

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