Obstacles remain for Black and Brown cannabis users despite efforts to legalize
Current laws, some activists believe, still over-police cannabis users and dealers especially if they are people of color.
Despite Chauvin’s guilty verdict, activists will not stop fighting for justice
With the most recent police killings of people of color another wave of protest against police violence is beginning across the country.
Derek Chauvin convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd
After a gut wrenching trial and 10 hours of deliberations, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, 45, was found guilty […]
Verdict on Breonna Taylor’s death sparks public outrage amid pre-existing racial tensions
As the public continues to express outrage and demand justice for Breonna Taylor, the justice system's role has also come under the microscope.
Black men, despite political and religious views, feel pain of racism and cling to hope
“Taking care of myself is in itself an act of resistance.”
Memories of stop and frisk, racial profiling and microaggressions drive activists to protest
As a black woman in America she said she is in constant danger of a police encounter that could go wrong.
After NYC passes it’s budget, protestors clash with police
This was after the City Council passed it's budget including the $1 billion protesters were asking authorities to cut from the NYPD budget.
What’s next for Seattle’s Autonomous Zone?
Some organizers are worried that the area is turning into a "block party" for curious Seattleites, and losing the momentum of a political movement.
Inside CHAZ, Seattle’s Autonomous Zone
After two weeks of clashes between police and protestors throughout the city, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said law enforcement officers boarded up and left the East Precinct in "an exercise in trust and deescalation.”
Press freedom under siege as protests rock the nation
Journalists in the field reporting the protests are more likely to get assaulted or detained by police.