The West’s Crafty Men: The Hopes And Fears Of The Arab World

Hajaya, a Beaudin poet, takes on politics and protest through poetry. Here’s how it’s shaping the Arab community.

The Missouri Effect: Finishing What Kareem and Others Have Started

Darron Smith, on solidarity and athlete activism.

When are You Going to Cut Your Hair?

I’ll cut my hair when the hair when the war is over

After Ferguson, a Year of Black Rage in Philadelphia

From August to August, Philly’s black activists have occupied the streets.

Remaining Human: Learning to See the White Racial Frame

“Every single day folks are dying. Not being able to take another breath. We are in a state of emergency. If you don’t feel that emergency, you are not human.” Patriss Cullors

I’m a Black Woman and I Don’t Want a Black Son

This may sound morbid. I fully understand and accept that this is not every woman’s reality, but it is my reality. It is the reality that I am reminded of when I watch news coverage of yet another rally to protest yet another killing of another black man.r

The People Vs. Shell: The Patron Saints of Hope and Last Chances

Climate change, arctic drilling, and direct action protest. James Blakely is an avid outdoorsman who wants you to care about the environment too.

From India, With Pride

We may want our wedding cakes…in India, they just want to be legal. The not-so “miniscule minority” has some things to say.

White Riots VS Black Protests

Ever notice how the racist media treats black protesters & white rioters differently?

From Riot to Uprising: How Baltimore Protestors Flipped the Script

Protestor poet Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum on the streets of the Baltimore Uprising

A Patriotic Citizen of Baltimore Responds to Critics

What fear mongering in the media doesn’t show us about protests and unrest in Baltimore City