Malkia Cyril Explains Exactly Why the Loss of Net Neutrality Matters—and What's Next
The veteran media justice organizer, who vows to see the FCC in court, forecasts a future of ”pay-for-play” internet, higher prices and de facto censorship.
What Does the FBI's New 'Black Identity Extremist' Label Really Mean to Black Organizing?
“Acting with great principle in this time is not just a matter of moral high ground but also a matter of personal safety,” says surveillance reform expert Malkia Cyril. “What we need to not do is be paranoid. What overcomes paranoia is principles.”
Ava DuVernay Doc on Mass Incarceration to Open New York Film Festival, Debut on Netflix
“The 13th” takes its name from the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution.
The Latest In The Fight For Our Internet
The vote scheduled for Thursday is the latest battle in a decade-long war for an open and equal Internet.
Being 'Masculine of Center' While Black
For black ‘masculine of center’ women, racial profiling and harassment are everyday struggles.