JPEGMAFIA Explains Why He Makes “Music to Be Hated”
The controversial rapper talked with us about 4chan lingo, having white fans, and his favourite anime soundtracks.
Rae Sremmurd Show Us How To Responsibly Blow Cash And Ball Out
The energetic brothers explain the little-known complexities of investing in your future so you can continue throwing dollars bills in the present.
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Inside the Growing Men's Rights Movement in India
We met up with the activists and founder of SIFF, a leading men's rights organization taking cues from America's men's rights activists.
This Father of a Parkland Victim Is Turning Grief into Activism
Manuel Oliver rededicated his life to educating young activists about gun violence after his son was killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Watch This Filmmaker Work Six Projectors at Once to Make Incredibly Trippy Art
Toronto duo Zephyr use old tech to make magic.
How Slavery Survived in the South Long After the Civil War
VICE met up with Antoinette Harrell, a genealogist who tracks down cases of slavery and abusive labor practices that lasted into the 1960s.
The Children Treating Gunshot Wounds on Chicago's South Side
In a city home to a staggering amount of gun violence, Ujimaa Medics is teaching kids how to save lives.
This Lab Is Making Sure Your Legal Weed Is Safe to Smoke
We visited a lab that tests weed for harmful contaminants to find out if a batch of cannabis is OK to consume.
This Children's Book Is All About a Black, Gay Santa Claus
VICE sat down with author Daniel Kibblesmith to hear how 'Santa's Husband' came to be, and how folks are reacting to it.
Smuggling Weed in the Florida Everglades
VICE met up with a former pot hauler who was involved in a highly organized drug smuggling ring in the 1980s.
How Collecting Wasp Nests Helped 'Hornet Boy' Cope with His Anxiety
We met up with Terry Prouty, a prolific collector of wasp nests, to hear about the connection between his hobby and his mental health.
Meet the Team Investigating Human Rights Violations with Forensic Architecture
Eyal Weizman uses floor plans, cell phone footage, and road maps to reconstruct what happened in devastated war zones.