/Now in Racial Justice

Takiyah Thompson, Black person looks at camera

WATCH: Takiyah Thompson Explains Why She Helped Topple the Confederate Statue in Durham

“Anything that gives those people pride needs to be crushed in the same way that they want to crush Black people and the other groups that they target.”

White man in black t-shirt near White men in multicolored clothing holding brown torches with orange flames in front of black night sky

ICYMI: This Special Dives Deep Inside 'Unite the Right's' White Nationalist Horror

Vice News’ “Charlottesville: Race and Terror” follows reporter Elle Reeve as she embeds with White nationalist leaders like Christopher Cantwell and Robert Ray.

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READ: Asian-American Activists Issue Call to Resist White Supremacist Violence, Complicity in Open Letter

“It falls on all of us to resist White supremacy, including efforts to be co-opted by White supremacists who do not and have never had our communities’ interests at heart.” 

 A sign is seen along the flooded road on August 15, 2016 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Trump Signs Executive Order That Rolls Back More Obama-Era Environmental Rules

The White House’s plans to improve the nation’s infrastructure could make communities more vulnerable to flooding.

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