Idaho Lt. Gov., previously accused of white supremacy, is ‘investigating’ critical race theory in schools
'Idaho must start pushing back against critical race theory in education.'
On Apr 9, 2021 by Kahron Spearman
‘Respectfully, kiss our a**’: Mutual aid group tweets letter that warns against helping houseless
'Providing someone in need with necessities for life should not require a permit.'
On Feb 5, 2021 by Michelle Brandabur
Jennifer Benton is the latest white woman exposed for pretending to be Black
First Rachel Dolezal, then Jessica Krug, and now Jennifer Benton.
On Sep 17, 2020 by Brianna Holt
The pro-immigrant activism of Penn Badgley, star of Netflix’s ‘You’
The Netflix star is more than just a pretty face.
On Jan 5, 2019 by Nahila Bonfiglio
PETA’s ‘anti-animal language’ chart won’t prompt anyone to quit eating meat
'Feed two birds with one scone.'
On Dec 5, 2018 by Tiffany Kelly
Players divided over NFL’s plan to donate millions to social justice groups
Some feel like the league is only doing it to hush protesters and cause internal strife.
On Nov 30, 2017 by Ana Valens
How ‘social justice warrior’ went from hero to joke
Is it time to retire the term—or reclaim it?
On Oct 2, 2017 by Kris Seavers
The NFL players who will pick up where Colin Kaepernick left off
With the quarterback jobless, the social justice baton is being passed on.
On Sep 3, 2017 by Josh Katzowitz
How a teen magazine botched a North Korea tweet and set the internet ablaze
This is what happens when you conflate racial bias, victim blaming, and the mistreatment of Otto Warmbier.
On Jun 21, 2017 by Samantha Grasso
Heineken just put Pepsi to shame with an ad that actually makes people think
Pepsi, take note.
On Apr 27, 2017 by Samantha Grasso
The Safety Pin Box is making allies put their words into action
Project co-founder Leslie Mac talks about creating 'effective, measurable allyship.'
On Dec 8, 2016 by Jaya Saxena
How a controversial tech speaker rattled the social justice community
Harassers create online blacklist from LambdaConf speaker petition.
On Apr 13, 2016 by Beth Elderkin
5 reasons why 2015 was the year of the social justice warrior
Social justice issues dominated the year, from race to sexual identity and beyond.
On Dec 26, 2015 by Matthew Rozsa
Neil Gaiman reflects on ‘Sandman’ as he closes the loop on the beloved series
We spoke to the legendary fantasy author about everything from Gamergate to Sandman's surly teenage side.
On Nov 12, 2015 by Aja Romano