Inside TransTech Social, the startup training trans people for tech jobs
So far the company has helped more 250 trans people worldwide.
How the Black Joy Project is helping activists deal
Meet Kleaver Cruz, the 27-year-old writer behind #TheBlackJoyProject on Instagram.
Flint, Katrina, and the rise of environmental racism
'Black and brown folks are dying more from environmental-related causes than they are from police brutality.'
The women of Black Lives Matter outline their path forward
How BLM's female leadership dreams the future of the global network.
Why Vixen’s first live-action appearance on ‘Arrow’ is a really big deal
“How about I kick your ass like a woman?!”
First black woman to open a comic book shop on the East Coast shares her reading recs
Ariell Johnson is making her comics dreams come true—and inspiring an entire community in the process.
Black Love Day is the Valentine’s Day alternative celebrating black love
The celebration that's affirmed black lives for over two decades is now online.
Black Futures Month imagines what’s next for black lives
'We aspire to use art to imagine what the future of black life looks like.'
Black Lives Matter activists fight for MLK’s legacy with racial justice demands
'We want to recognize the dream is not realized.'
Axe’s ‘Find Your Magic’ ad campaign attempts to sell a broader definition of masculinity
'The most attractive man you can be is yourself.'
Cleveland cop put on administrative leave after Facebook post about Tamir Rice’s mother
The school police officer was put on administrative leave.
Chicago lawyer resigns from police-brutality case after judge accuses him of hiding evidence
Mayor Rahm Emanuel continues to face demands for citywide reform.
For Tamir Rice’s family, the fight for justice is far from over
"I don’t want my child to have died for nothing."
8 facts you should know on the anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation
This is a defining moment in American history.