Eleanor Northington’s last words were “I can’t breathe.”
“You can think of the vaccine almost as medical reparations. It’s the ‘40 acres and a mule,’ but of 2021.”
After the police killing of George Floyd, we spoke to Black Lives Matter protesters in New York. Eight months later, we asked how their lives have changed.
"Someone sat on Nancy Pelosi's desk and stole her mail, a federal offense. I stand a block within a dumpster and get a $1 million bail."
Last year, students at the University of Kansas began a campaign to fight racial discrimination within the University's Greek life.
We spoke to Los Angeles Activist Pete White about homelessness, the pandemic, and defunding the police.
Leader of Not Fucking Around Coalition on Capitol Riots: If That Was Us, 'There’d Still Be Body Bags'
Grand Master Jay—and the people who follow him—are furious over what they see as government hypocrisy.
"They were taking selfies with white supremacists. My friends and I were maced, tear-gassed, beaten, shot at with rubber bullets, and traumatized."
Acknowledging the long history of anti-Black medical violence in the U.S. must be a part of community outreach about COVID-19 vaccination.
At 73, Dr. Robert Bullard, widely recognized as the 'Father of Environmental Justice,' is now preparing the next generation of Black leaders to lead the movement.