Movement Generation

For Season 2 of 'The North Pole,' Rosario Dawson Proudly Wears Her Activist Hat

“The North Pole,” a web comedy about Oakland friends fighting gentrification, climate injustice and mass deportation, is entering Season 2. Here, co-executive producer Rosario Dawson reflects on how she got involved with the show and the political power of storytelling. 

Black-and-white photo of Black women and men in formal clothing and standing in front of trees and grass

Celebrating Juneteenth with Remembrance and Resistance

How will you commemorate—and further—Black liberation?

Person in White polar bear costume next to Brown woman in white shirt with black sweater and blue jeans next to White man in blue shirt with grey cap and grey pants, all on grey couch against green grass

Oaklanders Fight Gentrification and Global Warming in 'The North Pole' Web Series

The creators took to Kickstarter to crowdfund the comedy, which features cameos from Ericka Huggins, W. Kamau Bell and Boots Riley.

WATCH: Comedians and Activists Ask California Governor Jerry Brown, 'What The Frack?'

Comedian Kristina Wong: “You don’t sh*t where you eat, and you shouldn’t frack where you drink.”