With police killings reaching record highs, Raheem is helping activists respond to emergencies without calling the cops.
Open-source blueprints are inspiring activists to distribute tent-safe heaters that can be built for as little as $7.
Disappointed by recent attempts at electoral reform, organizers are building community-based safety networks that aim to make police obsolete.
Hundreds of people who opposed the Line 3 pipeline were arrested and brutalized by police. Activists are creating spaces to help them heal.
Mutual aid groups helped many communities weather the early parts of the pandemic. With people going back into the world, what happens now?
As the state government faltered its response, Austin Mutual Aid effectively raised money from many online donors, but also raised questions about accountability and impact.
As heatwaves rise across the US, mutual aid organizations are building a pipeline to help a new generation of climate migrants.
Here's an easy way to support unhoused, incarcerated, and underserved queer people this Pride Month (and every month).
The state of Virginia has been delaying tens of thousands of unemployment claims for months on end. Activists are taking matters into their own hands.
Fed up with the government's failures during the pandemic, #1400Challenge is inspiring people to turn their front yards into communal gardens.
If you want to help push back against police brutality, there are plenty of ways to take your politics from your phone into the real world.
With anti-trans violence on the rise, mutual aid groups are raising money to equip trans folks with self-defense tools and training.