A Swedish woman of color confronts neo-Nazi marchers in Sweden. Her opposition to racism was captured in what will certainly become an iconic moment.
Actress/activist Rosario Dawson was among the more than 900 hundred people arrested throughout the week of protests. Most were charged with a misdemeanor, processed, and released on the scene.
Scores of Boston Public School students walked out of class to protest proposed education budget cuts. They gave voice to fears about how cuts would harm their education.
Strategically placing themselves at the front of the crowd, youth activist Ashley Williams, accompanied by a colleague, held a sign that displayed Clinton’s previous comments in an effort to “bring her to confront her own words.”
The medical examiner’s report lists 21 gunshot wounds, several to Mario Woods’ back. The 26-year-old was grazed in the face by a bullet.
Black Lives Matter activist MarShawn McCarrel reportedly shot himself Monday in front of the Ohio Statehouse building in Columbus.
The chancellor at the University of Missouri announced his departure Monday, just hours after the embattled president stepped down under pressure over unchecked racism and harassment of Black students on campus.
Students from Tolman High School in Pawtucket, Rhode Island were pepper sprayed and arrested by police during a protest that were sparked after an officer body slammed a teenager to the ground earlier this week.
Chanting "shame on you" at #racistclub #dstrkt pic.twitter.com/mlarULsgh3 — usayd (@usayd) September 29, 2015 As promised, the women turned away from a London club for being…
Three more people vowed to join the group in protesting the closure and ultimate reopening of Walter H. Dyett High School on the South Side