This year is all about turning rage into action. Throughout the month of January, we're highlighting the most effective organizations doing that work.
While it may be a haven for trolls, the social-media platform also provides many people of color a big, supportive community—and a means to find work.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the election, and activists responding to the administration’s fascistic agenda are proving to be not just resilient but effective. Here’s why.
Google “I’m pregnant and need help” and you’ll find crisis pregnancy clinics pressuring women to stay to term. Lady Parts Justice is teaching women to identify them and warn others.
Many people don't understand what rape is unless it involves screaming NO and seeing external evidence of abuse—and still we doubt the word of the survivor. So let's define our terms.
Abortion opponents use the social media platform like a weapon, and with absolute precision—and they're winning as a result. What are pro-choicers doing wrong?
The fight to save health care has put disabled protestors in the limelight. But this wasn't their first time putting their lives on the line to battle discrimination.
Last week, Betsy DeVos, who promotes separate but equal education, delivered the commencement speech at an HBCU, and was met by protests. Why was she even invited?
On Saturday, Operation Save America was arrested for violating a law protecting people seeking access to abortion clinics. But under the Trump administration, who will be protected next time?
The resistance remains strong in these first 100 days. But as the Hulu adaptation of Atwood’s dystopic novel warns, there always remains the risk of submitting to fascism.