LeVar Burton Has a Message for Nonreaders Like Donald Trump
We talked to the famed 'Star Trek' actor about his past, present, and future.
For Activists, Kenneka Jenkins' Case Shows How Law Enforcement Fails Black Girls
“This story is one that we have heard too many times before. Black girls go missing all over this country, and even internationally, and action is not taken quickly enough."
A Provocateur Painter Subverts Race in Rainbow Hues
A 10-year survey of Nina Chanel Abney's work explores themes of sex, race, and the internet.
Laura Hutson Hunter
Take a Tour of Nick Cave’s Colossal Playground of an Art Installation
The visual artist scoured the internet and second hand stores to gather materials for the titanic artwork, 'Until.'
Police Brutality Is a Campaign Issue, So Departments Ignore It on Social Media
Facebook and Twitter are allowing law enforcement to manipulate their public image.
I Am Young and Black and I Don't Want to Die
How can you feel safe when black death is everywhere you look and tools like guns only seem to make you more of a target?
Wilbert L. Cooper
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Texas Lieutenant Governor Says Dallas Protestors Were 'Hypocrites' for Running from Bullets
Dan Patrick blamed the Black Lives Matter movement and protestors for putting police officers' lives at risk in an interview with Fox News.
Why Did a Bomb Explode Outside an NAACP Office in Colorado?
On Tuesday morning, volunteers working at the Colorado Springs chapter of the NAACP heard a loud explosion outside the building that they said was powerful enough to knock items off the wall.
Live Blog: The World Reacts to the Ferguson Decision
We'll be keeping you updated as the town of Ferguson and the nation at large respond to the news that the cop who shot unarmed black teen Michael Brown this summer was not indicted.
We Met Some Muslim Australians Who Have Memorised the Entire Qur'an
Dropping by Bankstown for Australia's inaugural International Quranic Competition
We Talked to the Director of 'Dear White People' About Race, Identity, and Black Cinema
After launching scores of think pieces this summer, <i>Dear White People</i> is actually in theaters and it's one of the most thoughtful films about race in a long time. Writer/director Justin Simien chatted with us about his thoughts on a third way in...
We Met the World's Leading Authority on Bootleg Bart Simpson T-Shirts
A UK man is creating an online archive with all the best unauthorized Bart shirts. His collection includes Bart smoking weed, Bart hanging out with LL Cool J, and Bart fighting in the Gulf War.