McDonald's Hit With Another Lawsuit For Sexual Harassment
Hundreds of the company’s Michigan-based employees are preparing to strike in response to its handling of gender-based discrimination allegations.
EPA Seeks to Ban Some Scientific Studies in Creation of Public Health Regulations
Health advocates warn there will be an increase in air pollution and unsafe water.
Supreme Court Appears Divided Over Fate of DACA
The Trump administration wants to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects roughly 700,000 young people from deportation. Will SCOTUS let it?
Steven L. Reed Sworn in as Montgomery's First Black Mayor
The son of a civil rights activist, the Montgomery-native is the first Black person elected to run the city in its 200-year history.
/Now in Racial Justice
Dwayne Johnson to Tell Story of Champion Wrestler Anthony Robles
Robles: “I’m hopeful that people who see ‘Unstoppable’ will walk away believing that you should never let your challenges define you.”
Kansas City to Remove Martin Luther King Jr.'s Name From Street Signs
Reverend Vernon Howard, Jr.: “It is the epitome of White privilege and systemic and structural racism.”
Little Brother Are Just Your Neighborhood Friendly Legends
On tour for “May the Lord Watch,” the Little Brother reunion album that no one thought would happen, Phonte and Rapper Big Pooh talk Blackness, survivors guilt and making another classic after nine years.
Tucson Voters Say 'No' to Becoming Arizona's Only Sanctuary City
Proposition 205 also sought to add restrictions around police questioning residents about their immigration status.
Arts & Culture
Mj Rodriguez is Newest Face of Olay
“A lot of girls like myself—trans women—we don’t get the opportunity to have open dialogue, let alone be in partnership with organizations like this.”
The Number of LGTBQ Characters of Color on TV Has Risen, Again
Judge Blocks Rule Requiring Immigrants to Have Health Insurance to Secure Visas
It Could Soon Be Legal to Prevent LGBTQ+ Couples From Adopting
Feds Give Salvadorans More Time to Exit United States
Gender & Sexuality
Q&A With Tina Tchen, The New President of Time's Up
An attorney and former chief of staff for Michelle Obama, Tchen centers women of color in the fight for workplace equity.