advocacy

Culture

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."
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
3.19.19
Culture

Danai Gurira Says We Need to 'Re-Engage' the HIV Epidemic in Africa

"Black Panther" star Danai Gurira recently accepted her title as a UN Global Ambassador and spoke about her passion for HIV prevention and education.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
12.10.18
Broadly

Selena Gomez Has Been Secretly Working to Fight Human Trafficking

Since March, the singer has been spending her time with A21, a nonprofit that rescues and advocates for human trafficking victims.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
9.6.18
disability

Disaster Planning Often Leaves Disabled People Behind

Disabled people, older adults, and parents of young children all have specific needs that aren't always well addressed in disaster planning—sometimes with horrific results.
s.e. smith
8.27.18
gun violence

Teen Parkland Survivors on Using Social Media to Change Society

Sarah Chadwick and Delaney Tarr survived their school's shooting. Now they're using Twitter to teach each other where adults have failed.
Diana Tourjée
3.9.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

The VOTE NOW Campaign

We talk about VICE IMPACT's advocacy campaign for voting rights on 'The VICE Guide to Right Now' podcast.
VICE Staff
1.31.18
Livable Planet

150 Mayors Pledged to Switch Their Cities to 100 Percent Renewable Energy

A nationwide environmental campaign just reached a major milestone.
Impact Staff
9.6.17
Rise Up

European Cities Are Reclaiming Public Services From the Private Sector

The US has a lot to learn from people powered movements.
Alexis Chemblette
7.17.17
Voices

Mourning the Death of China's Nobel Laureate and Enemy of the State

Chinese President Xi Jinping has made himself an enemy of free speech following the death of political prisoner Liu Xiaobo.
Steven Butler
7.13.17
Rise Up

A Conversion Therapy Survivor Is Fighting To End The Practice Nationwide

This dangerous and discredited practice is still legal in most parts of the United States.
Madeline Moitozo
Lily Lieberman
7.13.17
Talk Back

Cartoonist Boldly Uses Art to Combat Oppression in Israel and Palestine

Mohammad Sabaaneh has been jailed for his controversial drawings but continues to create politically charged work his way.
Alice Rowsome
7.12.17
NETFLIX

‘Snowpiercer’ Director’s New Movie ‘Okja' Is an Anti-Corporate Mindfuck

The new film from Bong Joon Ho is a critique of ethical capitalism wrapped in a heartwarming animal adventure story. But it's not coming to theaters: it premieres on Netflix June 28.
Carl Franzen
6.27.17
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