A Minnesota judge declared this week that it’s “fair and reasonable” to go to trial.
With A Lens On The Black Lives Matter Era, Restless Classics Releases New Edition Of W.E.B. Du Bois' 'The Souls Of Black Folk'
With a striking new introduction written by Atlantic journalist Vann R. Newkirk II and riveting artwork from printmaker Steve Prince, Restless Classics' new edition of 'The Souls of Black Folk' is presented — in all its relevancy — as a crucial work of sociology that is applicable to the current political, economic and social climate more than a century later.
A judge recently ruled that footage of Black Lives Matter protests in New York City must be released.
"Our grief doesn't define us; it propels us to do something to bring change. We would come together as a circle."
"In the aftermath of the Women's March, I implore us all to be about the business of finding our passion in this movement and get to work," the mother of Jordan Davis writes. "Do not become complacent, patting yourselves on the back for participation. Keep moving forward determined to strengthen your cause."
YoNasDa Lonewolf, a Black and Native American water protector and activist, pens a moving letter to America about the government's war on our water — not only in Flint and North Dakota, but also in Newark and Baltimore and many universities, high schools and even elementary schools that are dealing with high levels of lead in their pipes.
The Women's March on Washington saw millions of women across the globe come together to protest the presidency of Donald Trump and the attack on human rights. While there, we caught up with a few Black women who gave us a word on protecting marginalized communities and preserving the magic that is Black women and girls.
So, how do we protect that special Black Girl Magic? Check out what they have to say in this moving video.
Women's March On Washington: To White Women Who Were Allowed To Resist While We Survived Passive Racism
I realize somewhere between being pushed into a trash can by an oblivious "Nasty Woman,” and being racially profiled by an elderly feminist, that white women marched yesterday for themselves alone.
"While they were out here fighting for women’s rights, we were still struggling to just be Black people and Latinas and Muslim women," Sanders said about movements that have long ignored women of color.
The popular retailer will, however, continue selling Black Lives Matter, Blue Lives Matter and All Lives Matter merchandise.
This was the year of resistance.
The organization is taking yet another step towards increasing economic growth in African-American communities.
The songstress wows the crowd after initially being denied by the Sixers organization for refusing to change her socially conscious attire.
There's no doubt that 2016 was a year filled with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. Social media and grassroots organizing played a huge role in allowing us all to express our support, fears, optimism, concerns, excitement and flat out disdain for any and everything that was happening in the world. Using our voices to speak out about the things affecting our communities most was never more important than it has been this year and as we bring this tumultuous 12 months to a close, we've got a reminder of the 16 most unforgettable protests and movements that shaped this year.
The ESPN anchor slammed Tampa Bay receiver Mike Evans for his anthem protest of President-elect Trump's election and got dragged for filth on social media. Our Slayed or Shade panelists weigh in.
This young Maryland college student was definitely the most woke person at her family's Thanksgiving dinner table.
The $100,000 financial compensation will be used to cover arrest-related fees.
Writer and artist Christopher Keelty discusses why he finds the trend of wearing safety pins in a post-Trump era "embarassing."