How This British Climate Action Group Is Aiding the Fight Against Global Warming
We met members of Extinction Rebellion to talk about their plans to save the world.
Trumpcare Could Mean Mass Institutionalization for Disabled People
Republican threats to Medicaid are ringing alarm bells for disabled activists.
Climate Change Activist Convicted of Turning Valve, Faces Decade in Prison
This is not the first time pipeline activists have faced felony convictions.
The Tribe Protesting the Dakota Pipeline Is Ready to Defend Its Wireless Network
"We as tribal nations have never given up our airspace."
Texas Chancellor Sends Gentle Reminder that He Would Like Student Athletes to Respect the Flag
Somehow the Chancellor of University of Texas does not know what freedom of speech means.
600 Fake Ads Flood Paris to Protest Climate Talks
We spoke to street art group Brandalism's chief organizer about why art is the best weapon against climate change.
Obama Calls on Congress to Restore Voting Rights Act
In an open letter published in New York Times Magazine, the president urged lawmakers to defend the progress made under the 1965 Act amid efforts by some state legislatures to undermine it.
Police Have Killed at Least 1,083 Americans Since Michael Brown's Death
VICE News collected and analyzed comprehensive data on officer-involved killings that occurred in the year after August 9, 2014. Here's what we found.
Activist, Preacher, Civil Disobedience Leader: Rev. William Barber on North Carolina's Landmark Voting Rights Trial
On the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, Barber is at the forefront of a new civil rights movement, called the Moral Monday movement, that's leading the fight for voting rights in the South.
Baltimore's Empty Stadium Is Just the Beginning
Sports organizations and teams risk alienating their own fanbases to the point where they become targets of social disobedience.
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The Illegal Edward Snowden Statue Lived on As a Digital Projection
A statue of the famous whistleblower was installed by another group of artists and taken down on Monday.
British and American Immigrant Detainees Are Going on Hunger Strikes for the Same Rights
A culture of criminalization increasingly shapes migrant life on both sides of the Atlantic.