#MeToo exposed the widespread silencing and dismissal of survivors and the need for our institutions to do better.
Tommie Smith and John Carlos staged a stunning protest at the ’68 Summer Olympics. Fifty years later, rampant racial discrimination remains.
Police reform legislation will go into effect this week in New York City, but the law depends on the NYPD acting in good faith.
Ballot question 2 seeks to guarantee that residents' right to privacy in their "private or personal information is natural, essential, and inherent."
A restrictive law will make it hard to vote for people who live on reservations in rural areas and don’t have street addresses.
Police encounters too often turn violent or deadly for people of color across the nation.
We’re demanding Mass. state police release their browser history and bookmarks to see if they’re targeting progressive protesters for surveillance.
Washington is now the 20th state to abolish capital punishment as the public continues to sour on the barbaric practice.