Groups from across the country gathered in Washington D.C. for a first-of-its-kind "No Fear" rally to fight anti-Semitism. Despite efforts to present a united front, tensions between right and left-wing groups remain palpable.
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One crime, two sentences: Sheron Edwards's new memoir LIFE'S LENSES discusses what his unjust prison sentence has taught him about the U.S. justice system - and himself.
Winona LaDuke and Honor the Earth Activists Arrested for Protest of Oil Pipeline Construction During Severe Drought
Revolutionary Indigenous activist Winona LaDuke and members of the nonprofit Honor the Earth were arrested after peacefully protesting the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline, the construction of which would be environmentally disastrous to the surrounding land and communities.
Honeysuckle's Blockage by Washington State Penitentiary Sheds Light on Phillip Alvin Jones and Prison Censorship
When inmate Phillip Alvin Jones was barred from receiving Honeysuckle's latest issue by the Washington State Dept. of Corrections, it sparked a deep-dive investigation into prisoners' rights and censorship.
The brutal shooting of Johnson, a prominent Black Lives Matter spokeswoman in the U.K., reflects a startling trend: Among non-BIPOC communities, support for Black Lives Matter is waning, even after a year of protests.
Justice for Matthew Baker Jr: Racial Bias in McDonough, Georgia Could Send an Innocent Man to Death Row
Racial bias could convict Matthew Baker, the only Black suspect in the McDonough, Georgia "Bonfire Killings" case. The advocacy nonprofit FAIR is campaigning to save his life.
Educator Romeo Jackson explains Afro-Pessimism, the importance of Critical Race Theory, and the need for transformative justice in reclaiming Black identity in America.
Bedford-Stuyvesant artist Vaughn Jefferson discusses the impact of his murals on his local community and the reality of Black men in America.
Shawanna Vaughn, founder of the nonprofit Silent Cry Inc., delves into her personal experience with the prison system and the multitude of injustices facing the incarcerated population.
The newly-implemented system of ranked-choice voting means that New Yorkers won't find out who the true mayoral front-runner is until weeks after the ballots have been cast.
After George Floyd's death at the hands of police, the government pledged to do more to protect Black Americans. But is the Biden administration actually living up to the public's expectations?.
Reexamining Minneapolis's difficult history with police reform, its transformation into a war zone in 2020, and changes in street culture proves the city may never be the same again.
Honeysuckle writers Maia McDonald and Kalyn Womack discussed the Black Lives Matter movement one year after momentous developments in racial politics