social justice

The National Park Service is awarding $16.2 million in grants to preserve historic landmarks connected to the civil rights movement.

The Chicago home where revolutionary activist Fred Hampton spent his childhood years has received landmark status.

A film about the story behind the iconic Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics is in the works.

Singer John Legend will receive The Recording Academy’s inaugural Global Impact Award for his artistry and activism.

Architect and activist Deanna Van Buren is merging her passions for design and social justice to reimagine a world without prisons.

The Black Future Co-op Fund has donated $1.05 million to Black women-led organizations on the frontlines fighting for justice in Washington.

While some things have improved markedly for Black Americans in the past 50-odd years, today we are still fighting many of the same battles as Dr. King did in his day.

Here are four popular New Year’s resolutions with a twist for improving your relationship with nature in 2022 and beyond.

Singer and activist John Legend recently unveiled a project designed to support communities that have been significantly impacted by systemic racism.

The National Civil Rights Museum will bestow Michelle Obama with the prestigious Freedom Award.

This Front Page is by no means exhaustive. There is no way to list the names of every Black person killed by police—no way to list every injustice, every instance of inhumanity and hypocrisy. There is no way to lift up all the brilliant, beautiful, bold, Black work that is being done to make freedom dreams a reality. What we have curated here is a small window into what resistance, revolution, and reimaging has looked like across this nation and the globe.

Colin Kaepernick has inked a publishing deal with Scholastic.