Trevor Noah Defends Tomi Lahren Interview, Addresses Photo Controversy on 'The Breakfast Club'
"The Daily Show" host and "The Breakfast Club's" Charlamagne Tha God both faced criticism from people who say they indulged the conservative pundit's anti-Black perspective.
Cabbie Threatens to Remove Somali-American Congress Member's Hijab
Ilhan Omar: “I am still shaken by this incident and can't wrap my head around how bold being are becoming in displaying their hate towards Muslims.”
New Database Tracks Deaths of Transgender Homicide Victims
Mic reports: Fully 75 percent of the trans and gender-nonconforming Americans killed because of their identities since 2010 were Black women.
Activists Coordinate Actions, Tell Congress to Stand Up for All Undocumented Immigrants
“It is imperative that a clear message is sent out to all immigrants: your protection matters and we must fight for it.”
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3 Things People of Color Need to Know About Trump's EPA Pick
Scott Pruitt is anti immigration, antiObamacare and anti criminal justice reform—and he doesn't believe in the idea of human-made climate change.
WATCH: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Praises Muhammad Ali's Activism in MSNBC Special Clip
The video is culled from the basketball great's upcoming episode of MSNBC's "IconocLIST."
Sheriff Defends Delayed Arrest of Joe McKnight's Confessed Killer, Quotes Epithet-Laden Online Comments
Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand found it appropriate to quote racist and homophobic slurs from an online commenter while rebuking criticism that he initially let Ronald Gasser free because he's White.
Vets at Standing Rock Want to Help With #FlintWaterCrisis Next
U.S. Army veteran Wes Clark Jr.: "People have been treated wrong in this country for a long time."
Dems Urge FCC to Tackle Surveillance Tech in Communities of Color
A new letter from nine U.S. Representatives to FCC chariman Tom Wheeler echoes activists' calls against the stingray technology that many police departments use to monitor communities of color.
Shaun King Launches 'Injustice Boycott' Against State Violence
Mistrial Declared in Walter Scott Murder Case
Films About Michael Brown, Roxanne Shanté Featured in 2017 Sundance Lineup
Arts & Culture
'I Am Not Your Negro,' '13th' and 'O.J.: Made in America' Shortlisted for Oscar Doc Nominations
Jay Z's Docuseries on Kalief Browder to Premiere at Sundance
Muslim Journalist on Reporting in Trump's America: 'Empathy Isn't Always Reciprocated'
NPR reporter Asma Khalid addresses the Islamophobia she endured while reporting on the 2016 election as a hijab-wearing Muslim woman in a new essay and "All Things Considered" interview.
'Should We Quit and Leave?': Muslim Government Officials Contemplate Trump Presidency
Gender & Sexuality
'While There is Despair, I Am Not Hopeless'
Trans Artists, Activists Visualize Liberation for Transgender Day of Remembrance