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Text: If in 2015 all Americans had the same risk of murder as young Black trans women there would have been 120,087 murders instead of 15,696 murders.

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.

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WATCH: Vic Mensa, Darnell L. Moore, Baratunde Thurston Talk Policing and Racism

Spotify, Mic and HeadCount launched “Clarify”—a new series where Thurston discusses important electoral issues with public figures—earlier this month. Watch his discussion with Mensa, Moore and reformist NYPD officer Edwin Raymond on policing and its impact on Black communities.

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Alicia Keys, Beyoncé and More Name '23 Ways' Black People Have Lost Their Lives to Racist Violence

Mic partnered up with Keys and her We Are The Movement organization for this recreation of its previous “23 Everyday Actions” video.

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These '23 Everyday Actions' Have Compelled Police, White Supremacists and Vigilantes to Kill Black People

Mic’s new video breaks down the benign moves that, when committed by African Americans, provoke the wrath of structural racism.

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WATCH: Rural Mississippians Fight the Digital Divide in New Episode of 'The Movement'

Host Darnell L. Moore traverses Mississippi to investigate how digital culture’s advances leave many impoverished rural residents behind.

Food Justice Org Empowers Women of Color in New Episode of 'The Movement'

Mic’s docu-series visits San Francisco’s Mission District to profile local nonprofit “La Cocina.”

WATCH: Black LGBTQ New Yorkers Seek Liberation Through Ballroom Culture

In Mic’s latest installment of “The Movement,” Darnell L. Moore explores this dance and nightlife culture’s importance to LGBTQ people of color.

Community Organizer Fights for Justice in Season 2 Premiere of 'The Movement'

Gail Noble and Silicon Valley De-Bug’s quest to help families navigate the complex judicial system takes center stage in the second season premiere of Mic’s acclaimed web series. 

READ: Jamilah King's Poignant Analysis of Black Women's Political Agency

King draws on her own experience with gun violence and police neglect.

New Episode of Mic's 'The Movement' Explores Native Community's Fight to Reclaim Health and Tradition

“Food and access to food is definitely used as a weapon to help subjugate.”