/Now in Racial Justice

School buses carry children across the vast Navajo Nation south of Rock Point December 5, 2002, on the Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona.

Navajo Nation Slams Mining Company for Contaminated Water Disposal

“This is another prime example of environmental racism,” said Leona Morgan of Haul No!, an indigenous-led initiative.

Black man in grey suit and white shirt next to Black woman in black sunglasses and brown-grey jacket in front of red brick wall and black window

Deadly Police Violence and Unsolved Murder Ignite Racial Turmoil in 'Shots Fired'

Fox's new limited series stars Sanaa Lathan and Stephan James investigating the death of a White student at the hands of a Black sheriff's deputy in a small North Carolina town.

Yellow police tape on ground reads, "Do not cross."

SCOTUS Hears Case on the Use of Force in Law Enforcement

County of Los Angeles v. Mendez asks: Should officers be held liable when they cause a situation that leads to the use of force?

An aboveground portion of the Dakota Access Pipeline at a safety valve site near Oskaloose, Iowa, is seen burnt, a result of vandalism.

Dakota Access Pipeline Vandalized in South Dakota, Iowa

Unidentified suspects torched a hole into a portion of the line.

Contributors

Arts & Culture

Black Artists Demand New York City Museum Remove, Destroy Painting of Emmett Till

Trump Presidency

Trump Budget Shows How Much Black People Have to Lose [OPINION]

Islamophobia

New Settlement Aims to Protect Muslims From Discriminatory NYPD Surveillance

Police Violence

Records Show NYPD Deployed Video Surveillance Teams to Hundreds of Black Lives Matter, Occupy Actions

Gender & Sexuality

How 'Neurospeculative AfroFeminism' Uses Virtual Reality to Explore Otherworldly Transformation at a Black Hair Salon