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.
If you want to use your platform online to support Black people, do something that's actually, tangibly useful. Don't just do it for a single day, either.
With COVID-19 still ravaging vulnerable communities, bailing protesters out of jail has become a matter of life and death.
With millions unemployed due to COVID-19, tech-savvy volunteers are building systems that combine automation with community outreach.
How mutual aid groups are organising to help the most vulnerable members of society.
Asian seniors in NYC are facing isolation and xenophobia. Heart of Dinner, a new community relief effort, is delivering them hot meals and handwritten notes of love.
Masks For The Masses wants everyone in New York City to have a cloth mask—no questions asked.