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What do we mean about lack of access to Health and Fitness?

When we think of a community having lack of access to health and fitness, its more than just a shortage of clinics or recreational facilities, thats part of it. But really the access we are talking about is more systematic and in fact profit driven. Understanding this point, lets us...

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Is our Social Justice movement physically fit to make change?

here has been a wave of protest that have spread across the country in response to the violent murders of Eric Garner and Mike Brown by police who were later not indicted for the killings. These protest have been very militant, impassioned, energetic and have sparked a movement, primarily cause...

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Bridges, highways, Times Square: #MikeBrown protests shut it down

This article was originally posted by Liberation News he high level of militancy and self-confidence demonstrated by the protesters throughout the night cannot be overstated. At Union Square, where most of the demonstrations originated, there were hundreds of NYPD officers and dozens of NYPD mounted units assembled nearby. Many police...

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The Yoga Men of Color Project

The Yoga Men of Color project was something me and my good friend Jirod Greene had been discussing for a few months. And then on October 1, 2014 we decided to kick it off with a daily asana challenge on Instagram. Since then we’ve had a lot of fun developing...

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