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.
This isn't the worst year for sincerity, so reach out to people isolated in prisons, nursing homes, and long-term medical care facilities.
The attack on the Capitol has turned the District into a militarized zone, and local communities are struggling to provide aid to those in need.
A Biden win was never going to mean the end of white supremacy, climate change, abortion restrictions... the list goes on, and so does the fight.
The West Coast’s huge unhoused population is trying to survive smoke, fire, and threats from right-wing vigilantes.
Urban gardens and community fridges are just a few of the ways activists are distributing food—and they need all the help they can get.
As protests against police violence continue, members of NYC Mesh built a network that provides internet access to the encampment without relying on Internet Service Providers.
Much like the protests that preceded it, #OccupyCityHall is being powered by volunteers providing free food, face masks, medical assistance, and more.
As nationwide protests continue, jail support has become a crucial lifeline for thousands of people facing arrest and police violence.