Fight for $15 Activists Call McDonald's 'The Trump of Corporations'
The living wage campaign staged major protests across the country this week.
NYC Puerto Rican Day Parade Loses Sponsors, Police For Oscar López Rivera Honors
The parade's board named the recently-freed Puerto Rican nationalist and FALN member as its "Procer de la Libertad," or National Freedom Hero.
READ: Criminal Defense Attorneys on the Policing of Black Boys
Angela J. Davis and Kristin Henning explain how the policing of Black boys leads to the conditioning of Black men in a new op-ed for NPR’s Code Switch.
The U.S. Leads the World in Number of Climate Change Court Cases
There are three times the amount of climate change litigation in the United States as in the rest of the world combined.
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#BlackTwitter Dreams Come True: Rihanna, Lupita Nyong'o to Star in Ava DuVernay-Directed, Issa Rae-Penned Buddy Flick
The film went from meme to Netflix greenlight in just over a month.
New DOJ Memo Retreats From Administration's Original Position on Penalizing Sanctuary Cities
But the Trump Administration may find other ways to attack sanctuary cities—and the proposed 2018 fiscal year budget might be one of them.
WATCH LIVE: Trump Administration Breaks Down 2018 Budget Proposal
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ICYMI: This Passage From Ava DuVernay's Peabody Speech Sums Up Why We Must End Mass Incarceration
DuVernay won a Peabody Award for her documentary, "13th," which examines the relationship between contemporary mass incaraceration and slavery.
Arts & Culture
Chance the Rapper and Jamila Woods Want Chicago Students to Create Their Next Music Video
The native Chicagoans are collecting "LSD" video treatment submissions from local high school students.
Asian-American MCs Hustle for Respect in 'Bad Rap' Music Doc
3 Environmental Targets of Trump's Proposed Budget
A lead prevention program could end depending on how Congress alters the proposal.
Arrests of Undocumented Immigrants With No Criminal Records More Than Doubles Under Trump
'Our 100 Days' Short Film Series Tells Stories of Resistance
Firelight Media, Field of Vision and Fusion's short-doc program highlights underserved communities resisting the Trump Administration's policies.
These Heartwarming 'Mamas Day' E-Cards Honor Immigrant and Muslim Mothers
Legal Advocacy Groups Sue DHS for Info on Treatment of Muslims at Border Stops, Airports
Grand Jury: No Charges For Cop Who Killed Tyre King
Tulsa Officer Found Not Guilty in Death of Terence Crutcher
Gender & Sexuality
This Latinx Installation Artist is Making Piñatas That Say Something About Race, Culture and Queerness
Las Vegas-based artist Justin Favela is making waves with his sculptures and installations that transform the cut paper used to decorate piñatas into works of art.
READ: What It's Like When You Want an Abortion But Can't Afford It
New Study Exposes Barriers That Block Girls of Color From Opportunity