/Now in Racial Justice

Ten protestors blocked the George Washington Bridge around 8 a.m. EST today, which can have almost 9,000 cars heading to Manhattan between 8 and 9 a.m.

Immigrant and Voting Rights Activists Shut Down NYC-NJ Bridge in #SomosVisible Campaign

Ten people successfully blocked traffic on the George Washington Bridge during rush hour. 

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Paul Beatty is First American to Win The Man Booker Prize

Beatty won the prestigious British literary prize for his novel "The Sellout," a satire on race and class relations in a fictional Los Angeles neighborhood.

Jesse Jackson arrives before the start of the third U.S. presidential debate at the Thomas & Mack Center on October 19, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Today, he is in North Dakota to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Jesse Jackson in North Dakota to Contest Dakota Access Pipeline

"This is the ripest case of environmental racism I've seen in a long time," the reverend says.

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READ: Color of Change's Digital Activism Highlighted in New Profile

Wired features telling interviews with the racial justice organization's leaders, including executive director Rashad Robinson, that dig into the importance of digital equity in today's racial justice movements.


Police Violence

Singer Barred From Singing Anthem at 76ers Game for Wearing 'We Matter' Jersey

Gender & Sexuality

This Pioneering Comic Shop Owner Gets Her Own Marvel Cover

Arts & Culture

Effie Brown Says 'Shame and Money' Will Bring About Real Hollywood Diversity


This New Video Rebukes Politicians Who Make Terrorism Muslim Americans' Responsibility