Native activists are using comedy to fight cultural invisibility and structural oppression.
Three ways to practice community care for movement organizers, unionizers, and other folks on the ground keeping good trouble going.
The late singer, actor, and activist leveraged his stardom in service of justice in the civil rights era and beyond.
Black women, particularly mothers, are leading efforts to treat people currently harmed by toxic neighborhoods and prevent future damage.
More and more people are beginning to grasp something important: Our cash is our carbon.
For artist Ajuan Mance, creating the comic book “Living While Black” was her effort to challenge and undermine the criminalization of Black people’s everyday activities.
Bay area activist and baker Jen Angel was the victim of a robbery in February. She leaves behind a legacy of media justice activism and faith in the transformative power of community.
The late poet and activist’s legacy lives on decades after her untimely death—in the purposeful lives of her former students.
Alicia Garza is searching for Black-led solutions to some of the biggest problems of our democracy—solutions that go far beyond a hashtag.
NGOs seeking to support frontline movements often stumble. The activist network Beautiful Trouble conducted a detailed study and offer a path forward.
Whether you’re ready, weary, or wise, you can take your movement engagement to the next level.
Tired of waiting for the city to address housing justice, Baltimore’s constellation of grassroots activists and institutions are charging forward to keep residents in their homes and increase availability of affordable housing.
L.A. County activists are working to replace violent jails with mental health facilities, and to reallocate funding from incarceration toward social services.
Frida Berrigan reflects on living in a world of tipping points.
“We launched our movement to breathe clean air … amid the Movement for Black Lives chanting ‘we can’t breathe’ and a pandemic disproportionately killing Black people.”
Abortion bans tend to disproportionately impact vulnerable populations in low-income, rural communities. Here’s how young people of color are fighting back.
In Arizona, voter groups reach out to Latino citizens to combat misinformation spread by election-denier candidates.
The Supreme Court curbed the EPA’s ability to restrict emissions, so states are looking to enshrine rights to “healthful environments” in their constitutions.
Resmaa Menakem intersperses political commentary and predictions about American democracy with explanations of how racialized trauma presents in our bodies, and offers body-focused exercises to deal with it.
It is high time for the U.S. to do some serious soul-searching. Communion and fellowship are what will get us through.
The generation’s organizing experience, voter turnout, and spending power make them a powerful force for change.
From Amazon to Starbucks, employees are demanding better pay and working conditions from companies that have long had a free hand to maximize profits at any cost.
In the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, protests remind the Left how political change happens.
A young, mixed-race Iranian American realized during the 2020 racial justice uprisings that being a person of color didn’t mean she was automatically an expert on race and racism.
A new documentary interviews “Greenham Common Women”—tough, dedicated protesters in the struggle against nuclear weapons and nuclear war.
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