This Civil Right Pioneer is Still Fighting Against Segregation Decades Later
Elizabeth Eckford, a member of the Little Rock Nine, hopes that her story influences people to be respectful of others despite their differences.
These Women of Color Are Bringing Diversity to the Cannabis Industry
From business owners to cannabis yoga instructors to ganja rappers, these ladies are carving out a space for POCs in the overwhelmingly white and male-dominated cannabis industry.
After Parkland, Senator Dianne Feinstein Finally Sees a Path Forward for Gun Control
VICE Impact talks to the California senator, and longtime advocate for stricter gun control, about the momentum for reform after the March for Our Lives.
Treating Some Drugs Like Food Regulations Could Radically Alter Long-Term Addiction
If we want to end overdose deaths we need to radically rethink our drug policies with new solutions like drug checking services and supervised consumption sites.