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Halsey Gave a Righteous, Moving Speech at NYC's Women's March

The singer's poem "A Story Like Mine" is a candid account of her own experiences of sexual assault, and a testament to the fact that most women have similar stories to tell.


Watch VICE's Emmy-Nominated Documentaries for Free Online Now

All four of our nominated shows from 'VICE' on HBO and VICELAND will be available for free until August 29.


Alice Bag and Punk Rock's Enduring Battle for Women's Rights

The LA punk legend is ready to fight in the Trump era. She's seen this before.


How to Make a Protest Sign That Isn't Garbage

WHAT DO WE WANT? Info on how to make a better sign. WHEN DO WE WANT IT? Periodically, throughout the article.


Someone Made a Planned Parenthood Benefit Track Entirely out of Samples from the Women's March

glassline, the artist, released an album last year solely made out of Guitar Center field recordings.


Why Not Even Taylor Swift Can Exist in a Political Vacuum

To stay silent, or just self-promote, is to be deafeningly noticeable at a time when global politics have turned upside-down.


Steve James Teams Up with LIGHTS for the Expletive-Laced "Warrior"

Bit of a banger from this 18-year-old production wiz who's Grammy nominated for his work on Bieber's 'Purpose.'


How Google Docs Became a Key Tool for Social Justice

Word processors are bland and boring. But lately, Google Docs and Sheets have been transforming the way we organize.


A Texas Radio Station Has Banned Madonna Songs

Turns out they weren't fans of her “un-American” Women's March comments


How the Women's March in Washington Changed Kate Nash's Life

The London-born, LA-based singer—travelled to Washington to march and this is her experience.


Artists at the Women's March Tell Us Why They Showed Up

We came, we marched, and then many artists like Holly Miranda, TV on the Radio's Kyp Malone, Antibalas and more played benefits for Planned Parenthood. We tagged along.


Why So Many of Us Care More About American Politics Than Our Own

We often know more about what's going on in the White House than our local council.