/Now in Racial Justice

A house sits on the edge of the Chukchi Sea on July 7, 2015, in Shishmaref, Alaska. In April, the Trump administration approved offshore drilling for gas and oil in Arctic regions, including the Chukchi sea.

Diverse Alliance Calls on Interior Secretary to Protect Arctic and Atlantic From Drilling

The 38 groups include Latinx, Black, Asian American and indigenous people.

Black woman holding blue campaign sign with white text and red, white and blue flag in front of beige wall

READ: Black Female Political Leaders Demand DNC Invest in Their Leadership

"Like civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer, who testified at the 1964 Democratic convention demanding Blacks have a seat and voice within the Party, we are 'sick and tired of being sick and tired.'"

Protesters march during a demonstration against the Dakota Access Pipeline on March 10, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Thousands of protesters and members of Native nations marched in D.C. to oppose the construction of the pipeline.

Company Behind Dakota Access In Spotlight for Numerous Pipeline Incidents

The Dakota Access Pipeline has already had three spills; the Rover Pipeline is facing litigation over incidents, too.

Brown woman in blue shirt in front of people in red, green and pink shirts and brown wall

Geeta Gidwani Bonds With Family Through Heartbreak, Cultural Disconnect in 'Geeta's Guide to Moving On'

You can stream Puja Mohindra's web comedy, about a Desi woman who moves in with her parents after a broken engagement, through Open TV.

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Arts & Culture

Gina Prince-Bythewood is First Female Filmmaker of Color to Direct Superhero Flick

Trump Presidency

Islamophobia

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Trump's 'Muslim Ban'

Police Violence

READ: Criminal Defense Attorneys on the Policing of Black Boys

Gender & Sexuality

This Latinx Installation Artist is Making Piñatas That Say Something About Race, Culture and Queerness