The World Peace Foundation stands with the African American-led movement demanding equality and justice and denouncing police brutality.
Throughout history, Black-led justice movements—some originating in the US, but also from within Africa and across the diaspora—have resisted oppression and injustice, and have inspired others to do the same. Today is no different.
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World Peace Foundation expresses its profound sadness at deaths of African Americans at the hands of those who pledge to ‘protect and serve.’ We stand together with those struggling against the racism that has marked this country throughout its history. In honor of all those today and over the hundreds of years who have refused […]Continue Reading →
The third state case study in the WPF’s new research project tracking COVID 19 in places of detention is now available. In this newly published case study, we analyze the data and infection trends in Michigan. The primary researcher for this case study was Amaia T. Elorza Arregi.
Outbreak in Michigan
While Michigan has been one […]Continue Reading →
Political reporters recently revealed that Republican consultants have landed on a new strategy for fighting the 2020 election: blaming China for the coronavirus outbreak. The president’s party believes they can tar his opponents, including presidential candidate former vice president Joseph Biden, with the allegation of having being too cozy and accommodating with Beijing.
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The second state case study in the WPF’s new research project tracking COVID 19 in places of detention, is now available. In this newly published case study, we analyze the data and infection trends in Illinois. We have also updated the Massachusetts case study.
Illinois is home to an enormous array of […]Continue Reading →
This essay is part of a series, Fletcher Voices. WPF invited students at Tufts University’s the Fletcher School for Law and Diplomacy to submit short essays reflecting on the impact of coronavirus. Alex Tenney is a second year MIB student, currently residing in Boston, MA. His fields of study are Business for Social Impact and […]Continue Reading →
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