trayvon martin

RACISM

Kansas City Security Officer Fired for Ordering a 'Trayvon Martini'

He's a former member of the Olathe Police Department.
Hannah Keyser
8.21.18
Views My Own

I’m Over the Blacksplaining Going on in Film and Television

Many stories around the black experience aren’t being told for black people.
Noel Ransome
8.9.18
tv

Trayvon Martin’s Parents Want More Action, Less Conversation

We spoke with Trayvon Martin’s parents about Trump and their docuseries ‘Rest in Power.’
Noel Ransome
8.7.18
Metalhead

Metalheads Are Terrible at Confronting the Grim Realities of Death

On "Resting in Power" and metal's fear of the dark.
Christopher Krovatin
6.13.18
masculinity

I Was Forced to Fight, Now I'm Learning to Cry

Black boys have to bury their emotions as they face off against racism and chase machismo.
Wilbert L. Cooper
9.14.17
The Restless Youth Issue

At City Hall with Trayvon Martin’s Brother, a Rising Community Organizer

In the five years since his brother's murder, Jahvaris Fulton has transformed from a quiet son who stayed largely out of the public eye to a rising force in New York City's local government scene.
Timothy Bella
5.19.17
police violence

Please Stop Smearing Victims of Police Brutality

The media's tabloid obsession with David Dao's "sordid history" is taking the focus off of our nation's severe problem with police violence.
Wilbert L. Cooper
4.12.17
Photography

With Joyful Photos, a 19-Year-Old Artist Confronts Media Bias Against Black Male Teens

Myles Loftin's 'HOODED' photo series challenges a news cycle that reaffirms stereotypes about black males.
Antwaun Sargent
3.17.17
Photography

With Joyful Photos, a 19-Year-Old Artist Confronts Media Bias Against Black Male Teens

Myles Loftin's 'HOODED' photo series challenges a news cycle that reaffirms stereotypes about black males.
Antwaun Sargent
3.17.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Americans See Black Men as Larger Than They Really Are, Study Finds

The survey also found that nonblack respondents thought black men were more capable of violence than whites—and that cops would be more justified using force in altercations with them.
Drew Schwartz
3.14.17
Noisey News

Janelle Monáe Speaks Fire, Performs “Hell You Talmbout” at Women’s March

"We’re going to have a moment together where we’re listening and we are in tune."
Alex Robert Ross
1.22.17
Art

50 Artists Interrogate 25 Years of Police Brutality

'VIRAL: 25 Years from Rodney King' explores what's changed—and what hasn't—in the 25 years since the beating.
Antwaun Sargent
10.27.16
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