NEW YORK — For decades, activists, academics and politicians have warned that the rise of racial, gender and religious identity politics in the United States was damaging to American democracy.

They argued that such efforts would lead to a return to Jim Crow-era practices, a backlash that would lead the country back to slavery.

Now, those predictions have been borne out, and in many ways, they’ve been borne true.

In 2017, a new generation of politicians and activists are calling on the nation’s elected leaders to reject the toxic ideas of racialized identity politics and instead focus on improving the lives of people of color.

The most prominent voices of the Black Lives Matter movement are women of color, who say they are calling for a stronger, more inclusive politics that honors all people, regardless of their race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.

Their ideas are based on an ideology of “identity politics,” a form of political activism that advocates for social justice and social inclusion in a diverse society.

It is sometimes called “white feminism” or “queer politics.”

For the past three years, Black Lives Matters has called for a more diverse and inclusive national platform and a “Black Lives Matters Congress,” with Black women and other women of colour taking the lead.

The congress would be an important step in building the movement’s political organization and political power, and it is expected to have a significant impact on the 2018 midterms.

“I am in a position where I can speak out about what needs to be done and what needs fixing, and how I think Black people are really underrepresented in the public sphere,” said Shireen Jones, an African American women of African descent who is a member of the congress.

“That is a lot to ask of a woman, especially a woman of color.”

The congress, which will take place on Oct. 27 in Philadelphia, will focus on creating “the infrastructure” to promote racial justice in America, Jones said.

Its goal is to build an inclusive and powerful network of activists, including Black women of different ethnicities, genders and sexual orientations.

The idea is to create a network of organizations to bring together activists from all walks of life.

The organization will also focus on developing programs that encourage people of all identities to join together in the fight for racial justice, and the importance of ending institutional racism and the violence and discrimination that continue to exist in our society.

“We have a responsibility to speak out and take action to stop racism,” Jones said, adding that she is optimistic that the congress will have a major impact on addressing systemic racism.

Black Lives movement, the political ideology behind the “Black Matters” movementThe Black Lives movement was formed in the aftermath of the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

It was launched in response to the death of Eric Garner in New York City in 2014, which sparked nationwide protests against police brutality and the deaths of unarmed black men in New Jersey, New York and elsewhere.

The movement has since become one of the most prominent political movements in the country.

It has mobilized the country and its institutions to demand reforms to policing and racial justice.

The movement has gained significant support from Democratic politicians, with a majority of U.S. House Democrats supporting its call for racial reconciliation and equality.

The Congressional Black Caucus, a Democratic group, has been an early advocate of “black lives matter.”

Its members have called for police reform, voting rights for people of colour, racial justice and greater accountability for police brutality.

Among its core demands are that the police be held accountable and that people of the African-American community have equal access to the justice system.

The Black Life Movement is also pushing for better policing, more equitable policing and a criminal justice system that includes more people of Color.

The group has also called for more public education about racism and for a national conversation about racial justice with President Donald Trump and other prominent voices.

One of the groups leading the Black Life movement is the group that coined the term “black life.”

The group, the National Action Network, started in 2015 to promote the “black political life,” which includes the “pigmented sticks” movement, which advocates for the “rights of all people to live in the community as equals and with dignity.”

The group has endorsed and endorsed Black Lives Movement leaders, including former President Barack Obama, and has issued its own manifesto.

NAN is an affiliate of the National Organization for Women, which is a feminist, queer and activist organization.

NAN has become known for its “Black Power” message.

It has led the way for more women of Color in elected office, including in the Senate, House and governorships.

In 2017 alone, NAN endorsed more than 50 elected officials from both parties.

Its members include many women of faith, including the Rev. Al Sharpton, a leader of the “law and order” movement who also leads the National Association for the Advancement of