Wall Street’s Sustainable Darling Is Profiting from Climate Change
The world's largest asset manager, BlackRock, has millions of dollars invested in fossil fuels despite claiming to be a steward of the environment.
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These LGBTQ Activists Don’t Want Queer and Trans People Serving in the Military
While the trans military ban has spurred a flurry of media coverage in support of trans troops, these activists still believe the military has no respect for human rights.
Google Gives Free Security Keys to Activists, But Not if You’re in Iran or Syria
Sources and a document show how Google bars nonprofits from telling activists in certain countries about their products.
I'm Changing the Largely Male, Straight Tattoo Industry with a Simple List
Queer Bodmod Compass helps LGBTQ people connect with tattooists in their area that they can feel safer around.
How ‘Unicorn Riot’ Exposes The Far Right Online
This week, CYBER speaks to Freddy Martinez, one of the members of Unicorn Riot, a media collective that’s been tracking and exposing nazis, racists, and other far-right people on the internet.
One of America's Most Prominent Net Neutrality Activists Just Released a Folk Punk Album
Fight for the Future's Evan Greer talks about her experiences as an activist and trans woman in "She/her/they/them."
Activist Blair Imani Stops by 'VICE LIVE' to Discuss Her Book
'Modern HERstory' tells stories of women and nonbinary people rewriting history.
Angela Davis Addresses the Whitewashing of Feminism and Islamophobia
"I want to argue for a feminist perspective that understands that we cannot simply reform institutions like prison and the police."
Nikki Giovanni Has Advice for Black Women Dealing with Emotional Labor
"We seem to be spending time telling white people what they're doing wrong, instead of telling Black people what we're doing right," Giovanni tells Broadly.
The Indigenous Rights Leader Fighting Back After Her Mother's Assassination
Honduran environmentalist and activist Berta Cáceres was killed in 2016. Her daughter Bertha Zúniga is picking up her mantle through her work for the indigenous Lenca community.
Meet the Japanese Moms Running a Citizens' Lab to Track Nuclear Radiation
After the 2011 tsunami triggered a nuclear disaster in Fukushima, there were widespread fears about radiation leaking into the environment. Now a group of volunteers—who are mostly mothers—is tackling the issue head-on.
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Vegans May Have Killed Piglets While Protesting ‘Death Factory’ Pig Farm
The farmer said the activists who crammed themselves into a shed with some sows and piglets caused two piglets to be crushed to death.