• A square image with a beige background and Rajiv Mohabir's poem 'Muslim Ban' on it. The poem reads: '/moos·lIm ban/ (noun) when descendants/of genocidal settler terrorists/make brown and black bodies/illegal and participate/in traditional racism and profiling/in the name of anti-terror.' It also includes Rajiv's Twitter handle @rajivmohabir, #NoMuslmBanEver, and the logos for Kaya Press and 18MR

    #NoMuslimBanEver Micropoem Roundup

    Here are all 26 poems from Micropoems for #NoMuslimBanEver created by in partnership with Kaya Press. Read More

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    We're Hiring a Product Strategist!

    We're growing our team: now hiring a product strategist to build and manage tech for social movements! Read More

  • A side-by-side of Tule Lake today, and during the war, showing buildings, a mountain, and flat empty land.

    How We Remember Makes a Difference

    The images you choose to represent a historical moment matter - and putting up a statue to a supposed great man who committed atrocities is worlds away from preserving a place where the innocent struggled and in some cases died. Read More

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    What Happens Next?

    Today, Donald Trump is taking oath of office to become the 45th U.S. President. We are filled with worry about what the future might hold and we remain steadfast in our commitment to you. Read More

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    We're Hiring a Campaigner!

    We're growing our team: now hiring a campaigner to develop and manage our dynamic campaigns! Read More

  • Picture of Grace Lee Boggs sitting on a sofa chair with her quote: A revolution that is based on the people exercising their creativity in the midst of devastation is one of the great historical contributions of humankind.

    The Next Four Years

    Today, Donald Trump is taking oath of office to become the 45th U.S. President. We are filled with worry about what the future might hold and we remain steadfast in our commitment to you. Read More

  • a collage of campaign photos: one of Mulan with Disney: MakeMulanRight, a campaign on the interstate crosscheck program with an X on the middle names of Maria Isabel Hernandez and Maria Cristina Hernandez - at the bottom of the image it says both lose your votes, an image of APIsforJustice with County Attorney Choi: No grand jury #Justice4Philando, an image of VoterVox a young Viet woman with her mother looking at the VoterVox app as her mother has a pencil in her hand, an album cover of Voices of Our Vote #MyAAPIVote Album with a mic, an image with two sumos wrestling for a twitter townhall on #hypermasculazns, and an image of a young asian woman holding a sign that says Black Lives Matter in multiple langauges for a #Justice4AkaiGurley rally

    Take A Look at Everything You Helped Create in 2016

    Here at 18MR, we’re wrapping up for the year and taking a much needed breather, which also means taking a look back on all we’ve accomplished this year. Read More

  • The author, Banny Chen, stands with his cousin, Danny Chen, who is dressed in military uniform.

    A Message In Hindsight: Not One More

    Five years after the alleged suicide of Danny Chen, his cousin Banny reflects on the need for military reform to address the sort of hazing that led to Danny's death. Read More