/Now in Racial Justice

(L-R) Samantha Jones and Tashina Red Hawk of the Sicangu Lakota Band of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe from South Dakota and Casey Camp of the Ponca Nation help raise a large tepee as part of a demonstration against the Keystone XL pipeline on April 22, 2014.

READ: In Nebraska, a Tribe Joins With Landowners to Challenge Keystone XL

The Ponca Tribe may not live on Nebraskan land anymore, but it's still their home.

Memphis Planned Parenthood Clinic Focusing on Latinx Outreach Opens Next Door to an ICE Office

The organization was aware of ICE's location when they purchased the building, but were under the impression that ICE would be moving.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt testifies during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works on Capitol Hill January 18, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Scientists are now refuting comments he made during this hearing.

Scientists Refute Pruitt's Climate Change Skepticism in New Study

Researchers launched a study after the EPA administrator testified before Congress—and found he was wrong about key facts.

Environmentalists are suing the Environmental Protection Agency for withholding public records on alleged censorship of federal employees.

Environmental Organization Accuses Trump Administration of Employee Censorship

In a lawsuit, the Center for Biological Diversity is demanding public records from several federal agencies.


Arts & Culture

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

Trump Presidency


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