What Just Happened? : Family Separation, Government Gaslighting

If you live in the United States, the Trump administration is carrying out these tactics in your name. Don’t let them. 

Targeting the Opposition: The Long, Troubling History of Cops at Pride Parades

Pride started in the late 1950s as a series of riots and protests against police officers. Read more »

Reparations as Revenge: Reina Gossett Wants Her Just Due

It takes me being in space with other Black trans people to have a collective imagination around reparations. Read more »

Rise of the Machines: Robot replacement is a labor issue

Automation may not be new, but as technology prices drop and advancement continues, the face of it is changing. Read more »

Pitching Equality: The Argument For Ending Sex-Based Segregation In Sports

Sports is one of the few areas where sex segregation is tolerated. Read more »

The Prison Paradox: Ending Mass Incarceration in the Age of Cosby

It’s time to rethink accountability. Read more »

Irish Uprising: A Country's Vote on Abortion Will Change Everything

Ireland is set to hold a referendum on its abortion laws for the first time since 1983. Read more »

Polarizing Science: How Denialism—On Both Sides of the Aisle—Puts the Work of Science In Jeopardy

The more we weaponize science for political points, the more we’ll see a rise in science denialism. Read more »

Radical Patience: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Turned Courtrooms Into Feminist Battlegrounds

The Notorious RBG practiced radical patience as she built a gender-just legal system. Read more »

Joy-Ann Reid and the Case for Redemption

MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid has made mistakes. What now? Read more »

Tammy Duckworth is Unapologetically Paving the Way for Disabled Mothers of Color

Senator Duckworth unapologetically brings her full self into every space she navigates as a parent, veteran, politician, and disabled woman of color. Read more »

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Will Filming the Police Keep Us Safe?

There’s a cultural idea that having someone looking over our shoulder makes us behave better. From fake security cameras to Elf... Read more »

Where My Girls At: Meet Two of Ferguson's Black Queer Activists

Amid national discussions of police brutality and systemic racism, Black women have been the loudest and most consistent voices demanding change. Read more »

A Look at How Media Writes Women of Color

Nearly every Saturday morning, feminists of color hold Twitter discussions taking a deeper look at issues, such as gender violence. It’s the... Read more »

The Dramatic History of American Sex-Ed Films

In 1948, in a seventh grade classroom in Eugene, Oregon, a teacher dimmed the lights and flipped on 16mm projector. A film called Human... Read more »