The SoCal quartet just dropped their latest album, “Freedom is Free." We spoke with bassist Eduardo Arenas about the band’s unique name, bigotry on the road and why making joyous music is an act of protest.
Ahead of opening night for Patrisse Cullors' "Power: From the Mouths of the Occupied," the activist talked to Colorlines about how the production will incorporate the stories of Seattle locals in each performance.
From Baton Rouge to St. Paul to Los Angeles, hundreds hit the streets this weekend to protest the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. There were hundreds of arrests, and, in several faceoffs, demonstrators were knocked to the ground by police and stepped on.
The Ovas, an all-women-of-color feminist and punk-inspired collective that reclaims contested spaces through empowering mass bike rides, are the subject of a new documentary that premiered at South by Southwest.