Decades into the debate over sexuality, equal rights have become the dominant theme. But in cities across the South and Midwest, necessity has forced leaders to think more broadly about their communities, their politics and their tactics. Jamilah King reports.
Julianne Hing interviews Asian-American community leaders who say a recent Pew report is full of misleading ideas about Asians in the U.S.
One in three Native-American women will be raped in their lifetime and activists are asking the feds to provide emergency contraception. Akiba Solomon reports.
The Civil Rights Lessons of Vincent Chin’s Murder On the 30th anniversary of his murder, activists reflect on the brutal hate crime, and lessons they’ve learned over and over since his death.
One Voter Suppression Law Isn’t Good Enough in Michigan In a state with an existing voter ID law, three bills target voters of color, youth, the elderly and non-English speakers.
DREAMers Welcome Obama’s Immigration Shift, But Pledge Caution Activists have long been accustomed to being burned by Obama.
64-Year-Old Great-Grandmother Takes 2nd Place at Bikini Contest A Los Angeles grandma beat a bunch of women half her age in a bikini contest in Atlanta, Georgia earlier this month.
Investigators Find Forced Labor at Louisiana Walmart Seafood Supplier An investigation by the Worker Rights Consortium has found labor law violations and inhumane treatment of workers at a Walmart seafood supplier in Louisiana.
Apple Stores in Georgia Won’t Sell iPads to People Speaking Farsi Sahar Sabet, 19 and a U.S. citizen, says it all started when an employee asked her what language she was speaking with her uncle.