Donald Trump

A stop sign stands outside the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) building on May 24, 2013, in Washington, D.C.

EPA Ordered to Freeze All Contracts and Grant Programs, Including Environmental Justice Ones

Agency employees were told not to disclose this information, but anonymous sources leaked the information last night.

A young woman in a royal blue hijab smiles while being interviewed at the Women's March on Washington

[VIDEO] How Kids, Women and Men of Color Showed Up for the Women's March on Washington

At the massive, historic gathering in D.C. we found expressions of resistance, determination and even joy. 

Sitting at his desk, Donald Trump holds up an executive order he signed on his first full day as president

Trump's First Week Begins With Executive Orders on Trade, Reproductive Rights and Federal Hiring

He's also suspended a cut in Federal Housing Aministration mortgage premiums and moved to repeal Obamacare.

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3 Best Lines on Race from Aziz Ansari's 'SNL' Debut

The show's first-ever South Asian-American host had a lot to say about the recently inaugurated president and his most racist supporters.

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How Your Faves Really Feel About the #Inauguration

The Obamas' departure from the White House and Donald Trump's first day as president compelled many entertainers of color to speak their minds on social media. They didn't hold back.

New York Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez campaigning alongside former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to organize Latinx voters on April 9, 2016, in Brooklyn, New York.

One Democrat's No Nonsense Response to Trump's Inauguration

Rep. Nydia Velázquez (D-NY) had only one thing to say.

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[VIDEO] Muslim Women on What Comes Next in Trump's America

“It’s so important to me that I translate my emotions into action.”

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ACLU Kicks Off 7-Point Plan to Fight Trump Administration, Protect Civil Liberties

The organization also filed requests with several government agencies, demanding documents regarding Trump's possible conflicts of interest.

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The Inauguration Protests in 11 Tweets

From Black Lives Matter to #NoDAPL, activists are out in full force in Washington, D.C.

People watch on the National Mall the inauguration of President Donald Trump on January 20, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Washington and the entire world have watched the transfer of the United States presidency from Barack Obama to Trump, the 45th president.

Hundreds of Women Disrupted D.C. Offices to Challenge White House Cabinet

The group included veterans, Indigenous women, climate justice activists, women of color and their allies.

Text on screen reads, "These LGBTQ Latinx Talk Trump"

WATCH: Latinx People Respond to Trump's First Day

Latinxs, many of whom feel particularly vulnerable under the new political regime, share their feelings about the incoming Trump Administration.

Native American and other activists celebrate after learning an easement had been denied for the Dakota Access Pipeline at Oceti Sakowin Camp on the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on December 4, 2016, outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

READ: Tribal Rights and Sovereignty Can Save the Climate Justice Movement Under Trump

The #NoDAPL battle at Standing Rock shows how Indigenous people are the cornerstone of a movement.

Thousands of anti-Donald Trump protesters, including many pro-immigrant groups, held a demonstration along 5th Avenue in New York City on November 13, 2016.

Going to the Women's March in DC? Be Prepared

This means staying hydrated, fueled and safe—especially if you're a person of color, undocumented or in the LGBTQ community.

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks to the crowd at the Marriott St. Louis Airport Hotel on September 11, 2015, in St. Louis, Missouri.

WATCH: Energy Secretary Nominee Rick Perry Makes Case to Enter White House

The former Texas governor testified before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, defending his ties with the fossil fuel industry and ability to manage the $12.9 billion nuclear security budget.

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READ: Trump Advisor Reed Cordish's Company Accused of Abusing Black Patrons

The Daily Beast examined three lawsuits filed against Cordish's Kansas City nightclubs that included allegations of paying White men to fight Black patrons.

President Barack Obama waves to local people cheering for him after attending a service event for Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Jobs Have Priority Naylor Road Family Shelter January 16, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

President Obama Transfers Half a Billion Into Climate Fund

The $500 million will help developing nations brace for and adapt to climate change.

President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt meets with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), on Capitol Hill January 6, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

WATCH: Climate-Change Denying EPA Nominee Testifies Before Senate

Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt faces the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee to confirm his position as EPA administrator for the Trump Administration.

Dr. Martin Luther King in a range of images including a family photo and a photo from a speech

Deciding to Lead With Love, Despite an Enraging Political Climate

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. teaches us that leading with love is a decision rather than a naturally occurring phenomenon. In this hostile political moment, commit to practicing a love that makes room for anger but not for contempt.  

 
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President Obama Ends 'Wet Foot, Dry Foot' Policy for Cuban Immigrants

The decades-old policy allowed most Cuban immigrants to remain in the U.S., regardless of how they entered the country.

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This 'Black-ish' Scene Perfectly Captures Many Black Americans' Reaction to the Election

"Black people wake up every day believing that our lives are gonna change, even though everything around us says it's not."