/Now in Racial Justice

The sun rises over the Kern Oil and Refining Co. refinery on August 12, 2004 near the town of Lamont, southeast of Bakersfield, California.

SCOTUS Denies Industry Bid to Hear Case on Pollution Emission Limit Loophole

The case could have potentially put a loophole back in place that allows polluters to violate emission limits whenever their equipment malfunctioned.

Brown building with brown-and-black front patio and blue class facade in front of blue sky

5 Things You Should Know About Arizona's Ethnic Studies Program Battle

Tucson public school officials banned a Mexican-American studies curricula for alleged anti-American sentiment. Here are some key facts about the bill that made it possible.

Wax statue of Brown woman in purple and black top and purple scarf and black pants in front of red screen with gold text

Madame Tussauds NYC Honors Selena With Wax Figure

Selena's sister Suzette: "What an honor and what a great way to have her here and to represent Latinos."

 Indigenous leaders open the L'eau Est La Vie (Water Is Life) Camp in ceremony June 24, 2017, in southern Louisiana.

ICYMI: Prayer and Resistance Camp Launches in Louisiana to Challenge Pipeline Connected to DAPL

The Bayou Bridge Pipeline would transport North Dakota’s crude oil to refineries and facilities in Louisiana.

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Arts & Culture

Madame Tussauds NYC Honors Selena With Wax Figure

Trump Presidency

How the World Views Trump's Presidency in One Crazy Chart

Islamophobia

SCOTUS Approves Trump's 'Muslim Ban'

Criminalization

Philando Castile's Family Settles With City of St. Anthony for Nearly $3 Million

Gender & Sexuality

LISTEN: Rewire's CHOICE/LESS Podcast Takes on Sterilization Abuse in Native Communities