Black and Latino workers were more likely to lose their jobs during the pandemic — and less likely to qualify for aid.
Publishers refused to release Richard Wright’s novel in part because of its graphic descriptions of police brutality.
World-renowned scholar Noam Chomsky discusses the killing of George Floyd and how the U.S. fomented a “gun culture.”
The state has 37 people on death row. Three are out of appeals and in line to be executed.
“Exterminate All the Brutes” has been described as an unflinching narrative of genocide and exploitation.
Brown’s family “waited 120 hours to get 20 seconds” of footage of the police-perpetrated killing, says Rev. Barber.
The law is one in a wave of dozens of anti-protest laws that Republicans have filed just this year.
The bill to grant D.C. statehood passed on a party-line vote, but the filibuster stands in its way.
Policing is never about care, and that is why so many are demanding that we rethink the meaning of public safety.
The Office of Management and Budget has sent a statement to Congress to officially record the White House’s stance.