NYC Honors Kalief Browder With Renamed Bronx Block
Browder's family joined city council members to unveil "Kalief Browder Way" on what would have been his 24th birthday.
Hasan Minhaj Can't Cure Racism, But He Can Help Brown Kids Navigate It
Minhaj's new Netflix special, "Homecoming King," explores his experiences growing up in a South Asian-American family surrounded by Whiteness.
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Trump's 'Muslim Ban'
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit rules that the Muslim and refugee ban is less about national security and more about anti-Muslim bias.
5 Things You Need to Know About The CBO's Report on Trumpcare
The Congressional Budget Office’s analysis of the American Health Care Act of 2017 comes three weeks after the House passed it.
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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.
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.
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
Sony Pictures tapped the "Shots Fired" creator to helm "Silver & Black," featuring "Spider-Man" characters Silver Sable and Black Cat.
WATCH: April Ryan Explains Press Responsibility in Age of Trump
Geeta Gidwani Bonds With Family Through Heartbreak, Cultural Disconnect in 'Geeta's Guide to Moving On'
Diverse Alliance Calls on Interior Secretary to Protect Arctic and Atlantic From Drilling
The 38 groups include Latinx, Black, Asian American and indigenous people.
'Our 100 Days' Short Film Series Tells Stories of Resistance
These Heartwarming 'Mamas Day' E-Cards Honor Immigrant and Muslim Mothers
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.
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