“You can think of the vaccine almost as medical reparations. It’s the ‘40 acres and a mule,’ but of 2021.”
Nearly a year after the 25-year-old Black man's death, Georgia is finally doing something about it.
We spoke to Nikuyah Walker, the mayor of Charlottesville, about what it’s like to govern during a racial reckoning.
Toronto is the latest city looking to replace police with mental health crisis workers on non-violent 911 calls.
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.
Police's Failure to Control the Pro-Trump Mob at the Capitol Was a 'Blatant Display of White Privilege'
Hundreds of rioters were allowed to walk free in what was seen as a failure of Capitol Police to guard Congress—and an indictment of how law enforcement assesses threats from white people.
The cops had their body cameras turned off but a "look back" feature recorded 60 seconds of the incident.
Former Laval cop Maxime Ouimet was filmed dragging a Black man by his dreadlocks. He’s since quit, rebranded as a cop “for the people,” and is downplaying the pandemic online.
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.
Politicians have long used earmarks for police budgets as a way to make legalization more digestible to opponents. New Jersey's attempt to legalize in 2020 shows that is no longer working.