Practical POC Tips for Fighting the Trump Administration's Latest Assault on Trans People
As we fight the Trump administration’s anti-trans memo, we can’t be silent about who this dramatic rollback could affect the most—trans and gender nonconforming people of color. This is not a moral nicety, it’s a strategic mandate.
Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Activists and Allies Vow to Fight Legal Erasure
Social media responds to a new federal report that seeks to rigidly define gender as determined by biology at birth.
READ: Eve Ewing's Work Examines Black Chicago's 'Ghosts' and Heroes
The scholar and author discusses her new book, “Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago’s South Side,” and the Riri Williams comic series for Marvel.
Smithsonian APA Center's New Education Platform Promotes 'Learning Together'
The new digital hub offers a one-stop destination for curricula focusing on Asian-American and Pacific Islander culture and history.
/Now in Racial Justice
Rihanna Says No to the Super Bowl
The singer reportedly declined to perform at the halftime show in solidarity with blacklisted NFL player and activist Colin Kaepernick.
Eric Esquivel Confronts the Violence of Borders in His Work
The “Border Town” writer on the highs and lows of challenging Latinx identity boundaries.
Film Fest Drops Kobe Bryant From Jury For Rape Accusation
Animation is Film Festival organizers removed the basketball player and film producer from the lineup after a petition called out his charges for allegedly raping a teenage hotel employee in 2003.
Nearly Half the Texas Providers Offering Free Reproductive Health Care Have Zero Patients
The state has not found an effective alternative to Planned Parenthood, which it defunded in 2011.
Arts & Culture
Michelle Kwan, Kristina Wong Urge Asian-Amerian Community to Vote
Amendment 4 Could Restore Voting Rights for Millions of Formerly Incarcerated People in Florida
People with felony convictions in the Sunshine State face some of the harshest voting laws in the nation.
REPORT: TV Refuses to Shake Xenophobic Stereotypes
Mass Migration March Continues As Roughly 3,000 Hondurans Head for U.S. Border
Trump Administration to Suspend Dozens Of Environmental and Health Laws to Build Border Wall
Activists says residents and wildlife along the wall’s proposed route are in danger.
Flooded Coastal Communities No Safer After Being Rebuilt With FEMA Dollars
Gender & Sexuality
Tarana Burke Guest Edits Essence Magazine's #MeToo Issue
Facing Race Sneak Peek: Racial Equity Strategies for Workforce Development
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the hundreds of breakout sessions that will be taking place at Facing Race: Racial Equity Strategies for Workforce Development.
WATCH: Welcome to Detroit (Full)
Facing Race Sneak Peek: Building Authentic Community Government Partnerships