How to Support Cyntoia Brown
Sentenced to life in prison at 16 for killing her would-be rapist, Brown is not eligible for parole until she is 67.
People in the Movies Aren't Parsi Like Me, Except in 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
Flaws aside, the Freddie Mercury biopic was “deeply personal” for writer and activist Aryenish Birdie because it was the first time she ever saw her ethnic identity in pop culture.
Artists Protest Whitney Museum Exec's Weapons Connections
Warren B. Kanders owns Safariland, a defense manufacturer whose tear gas canisters were used against asylum seekers at the United States-Mexico border.
WATCH: Young Muslim Filmmakers Take Control of Their Stories
Participants in the Center for Asian American Media’s Muslim Youth Voices Project captured their realities and imaginations in a series of newly released films.
/Now in Racial Justice
READ: New York City Theater Explores Black Death
The Undefeated looks at on- and off-Broadway plays that take on the specter of anti-Black violence, both intimate and structural, during this theater season.
Chuck D and Ernie Isley Talk Two Generations of 'Fight the Power'
The songwriters discuss their social justice anthems and the Black resistance that inspired them.
Nearly Half of All U.S. Adults Have a Family Member Who Has Been Incarcerated
A new study finds that mass incarceration has ruinous consequences for the 113 million people in the United States whose family members have spent time in prisons or jails, and people of color are disproportionately impacted.
Civil Rights, Criminal Justice Orgs Call Out AG Nom William Barr's Racism
President Donald Trump will nominate Barr to run the Department of Justice. His track record proves he will be bad for people of color.
Arts & Culture
'The Claudia Kishi Club' Explores 'Baby-Sitters Club' Member's Influence on Asian America
In Sue Ding’s upcoming documentary, Asian-American artists discuss what the ultra-fashionable babysitter meant for their cultural representation.
ICE Detains American Citizen, Attempts to Deport Him to Jamaica
Peter Sean Brown spent weeks in jail after repeatedly telling officials he was born and raised in Philadelphia.
Trump Can Continue to Ignore Environmental Laws While Building Border Wall
REPORT: Migrants Bring Economic Stability, Not Disease
Many In Migrant Caravan May Be Climate Refugees
This vulnerable demographic are not recognized or protected by any international law.
Gender & Sexuality
Who Should Replace Kevin Hart as Oscars Host?
The comedian dropped out after people criticized him for homophobic tweets.
Gabby Rivera Talks Writing the Pioneering America Chavez for Marvel
Mj Rodriguez Uplifts Trans POC Health on 'Kikis With Louie' Premiere