A new Pepsi commercial shows the reality show personality presenting a police officer with a cool drink, opening his eyes to the plight of the oppressed.
MLK's Revolutionary Speech, 'Beyond Vietnam' Turns 50 Today. Here's How It's Relevant to Our Current Crazy
April 4 is significant for two reasons: On April 4, 1967 we see the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King making his first antiwar speech, "Beyond Vietnam." On April 4, 1968, King is assassinated. We talked to veteran activist and King scholar Rev. Osagyefo Sekou about what that speech means today. and why King's legacy cannot be reduced to "I Have a Dream."
“It’s not close Rikers while we allow law makers to make policy that continues to criminalize Brown and Black people.”
While many have taken a hard stance against the president and his pro-fossil fuel agenda, others are hoping he follows through.
Special services, multi-faith conference calls and events such as tomorrow's Black Lives Matter-sponsored #SacredResistance day of action points to a newfound willingness of political progressives to use their faith as a tool for resistance.
“The current polarized political climate requires us to find innovative ways to move our public policy agenda forward in our quest to empower Black women and their families to live their best lives.”
Pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha and Latina biologist Lydia Villa-Komaroff join Bill Nye, the Science Guy, at the Earth Day event.
Senate Republicans Roll Back a Rule That Kept the Government From Denying Certain Healthcare Providers Family Planning Dollars
In a narrow vote yesterday, in which Vice President Pence had to come break the tie, the Senate reversed an Obama-era rule preventing states from denying federal family planning money to providers like Planned Parenthood.