Dani McClain

Two Black women with floral wreaths around their heads who were bailed out of  Pinellas County Jail in Clearwater, Florida, by Dream Defenders on May 11, 2017, talk to a reporter about National Bail Out day.

Inside the Movement to Free People Who Are Only in Jail Because They Can't Afford Bail

Eliminating cash bail has become a focal point in the fight to transform the criminal justice system. Inside the wins and challenges of a growing movement that raises money to free people of color who are in jail simply because they can’t afford to post bail.  

U.S. Supreme Court Could Rupture Indigenous People's Rights to Prosecute Non-Natives

A SCOTUS case involving the alleged sexual assault of a Choctaw boy by his White manager at a Dollar General store on Choctaw land could mean the end of hard-won Native rights to punish non-Natives for crimes against them.

Can Cell Phones Improve Latinas' Health?

From cooking tips to domestic violence resources, text messages in Spanish from Únete Latina are helping some of Fresno’s Latinas take good care of themselves.

The Return of Direct Action

From the Dream Defenders to the Dream 9, the spirit of the March on Washington lives on in youth-led direct action and strategic protest.

Being 'Masculine of Center' While Black

For black ‘masculine of center’ women, racial profiling and harassment are everyday struggles.