‘Smart, but no one should have to do this’: TikToker dresses ‘like a boy’ to not get harassed outside of Planned Parenthood, sparking debate
'This is also a general hack for walking around anywhere.'
On Apr 6, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘No wonder you have no regard for bodily autonomy’: TikToker exposes man as convicted kidnapper during their live-stream debate about abortion
“This is the coldest ‘this you?’ I’ve ever seen."
On Apr 1, 2022 by Braden Bjella
Instagram influencer under fire for suggesting her Filipino maids shouldn’t have days off
She's doubling down.
On Jul 24, 2018 by Chris Illuminati
U.S. withdraws from UN Human Rights Council (updated)
The decision to withdraw from the council comes one day after it criticized President Donald Trump's administration for separating children from their families at detention centers near the border.
On Jun 19, 2018 by Andrew Wyrich
After sexual assault accusation against a guard, ICE detainee faces solitary
She was reportedly isolated for 60 hours.
On Feb 18, 2018 by Chris Tognotti
On the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Trump’s words and actions don’t add up
He wants to 'protect the rights and dignity' of those with disabilities, but also make giant cuts to Medicaid.
On Jul 26, 2017 by Samantha Grasso
Activists investigating factory linked to Ivanka Trump go missing in China
A third person was detained by police.
On May 31, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
Trump invites Philippines president to White House despite human rights criticisms
Thousands of people have reportedly been killed under his watch.
On Apr 30, 2017 by Chris Tognotti
Women’s History Month: 10 quotes from inspiring women on equal rights
Get fired up.
On Mar 8, 2017 by Kristen Hubby
Trump declared a threat to human rights in new report
Human Rights Watch claims that he 'threatens to reverse the accomplishments of the modern human rights movement.'
On Jan 18, 2017 by [email protected]
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he’ll protect immigrants and ‘every child in every school’
'The separation is a poison.'
On Nov 20, 2016 by Chris Tognotti
Anonymous targets Angolan websites after 17 activists are jailed for reading a book
The majority of the sites were back online within 24 hours.
On Mar 31, 2016 by Dell Cameron
U.S., E.U. negotiators still split over major data-sharing deal for businesses
The man whose lawsuit overturned the old deal on privacy grounds says he's not sure how this ends.
On Jan 25, 2016 by Eric Geller
Tor use skyrockets in Bangladesh after government bans social networks
The government says that it's watching people who try to circumvent the ban.
On Nov 23, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill