A proposed $600 million settlement cannot compensate for Flint’s trauma, one activist says.
Graduate assistants at colleges and universities around the country have long fought for higher salaries and benefits on par with that of non-student faculty members, however, amidst COVID-19, the battle for improved working conditions has an increased sense of urgency.
Members of the group Releasing Aging People in Prison talk about officials’ refusal to release aging prisoners with violent offenses, although studies show the chances of someone reoffending as they age are minimal.
As school sex education programs have been cut back and replaced with an abstinence-only standard under the Trump-Pence administration, the LGBTQI community has picked up the slack developing curricula and resources to guide young adults into sex-positive and safe sex life choices.
Eddie Conway talks with reporter Katie Kull in Missouri about poor conditions and the no-mask mandate that led to over 100 prisoners contracting Covid-19.
Are known cases just the tip of the iceberg? A new test holds promise – and peril – for how we fight back against the disease.
Caught between the pandemic, historic flooding, and governmental negligence, Ecuador’s Indigenous people have launched an international appeal to crowdsource rebuilding efforts.
“Somebody needs to put a muzzle on [Trump] before he gets another 100,000 people killed. The United States does not have this under control.”
“Genocides don’t always have to be intentional. It’s about impact. Whether or not they have been planning to kill people, we know people are dying and Black people are dying disproportionately.”
Activists demand Mayor Jack Young and Gov. Larry Hogan take action to avert mass evictions amidst a massive spike in COVID-19 cases in Maryland.