Color of Change
Color of Change Recognizes Union For its Workers
The rapidly growing force behind online racial justice campaigns is the latest non-profit to unionize.
Hollywood Loves Portraying POC as Bad Cops, Study Finds
Color of Change, a social activism nonprofit group, found that depictions of criminal justice professionals may be doing more harm than good.
Facebook's First 'Civil Rights Audit' Is the First Step in Climbing Everest
Facebook's Civil Rights Audit, published on Sunday, recommends the platform also ban implicit forms of white nationalism.
Facebook Bans White Nationalism and White Separatism
After a civil rights backlash, Facebook will now treat white nationalism and separatism the same as white supremacy, and will direct users who try to post that content to a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups.
‘Seven Seconds’ Creator Won’t Shy Away from the Anguish of Black Death
We spoke with showrunner Veena Sud about portraying racism and police brutality on TV.
Colin Kaepernick is GQ’s 'Citizen of the Year' and Here’s Why That Matters
Your guide to the NFL protests, what’s working what’s not and what you can do about it.
The NFL Player Protests Make It Clear It's Time to Pick a Side
Color of Change explains why the conflict between black athletes and Trump is about way more than players kneeling during Monday Night Football.
School's First Black Valedictorian Forced to Share Title with White Student
After graduating first in her class at Cleveland High School, Jasmine Shepard was told that a white student with a lower GPA was named her "co-valedictorian." Now, she's suing the historically segregated school for discrimination.
Campaign Convinces Companies Prisons Are a Pretty Shitty Investment
Telling companies that investing in prisons is unethical won't do much. But telling them that it's bad for your money will work much better.