“Wearing sparkles does not in any way diminish the seriousness of what we’re doing."
Our criminal justice system gave up on Alvin Kennard. His entire life, destroyed; his family, devastated; his future, gone. His life to be lived in incarceration and his soul to perish in a cage.
Serena Williams recently won her 100th match at the US Open, and it’s time to take a look at her monumental legacy.
ICE is a government agency, which is supposedly in charge of responding to criminal activity perpetrated by immigrants and enforcing immigration laws; however, it does so with little accuracy.
LGBTQ+ youth face more mental health struggle than do their cishet counterparts, and yet they are significantly less likely to obtain the help necessary to deal with it.
A city once united with love for multiculturalism and diversity was forced to faced the wrath of white supremacy.
The current USWNT has filed a class-action lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation, arguing they had experienced gender-based discrimination in terms of payment.
Although Charlottesville was over a year ago, one question still remains: has anything changed in America?
Misogyny, sexual misconduct, and violence are now common and obvious amongst the highest in our government.
Toni Morrison, the first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, passed away on August 5th, 2019.
Despite the necessity of a police presence in these situations, African-American children receive much less coverage despite disappearing at a higher rate than their white counterparts.
In a lesser-known issue, Venezuela has found itself in a humanitarian conflict – one likely to start what will be Latin America’s first famine in over a century.
The addition of a census question on citizenship would have been a direct threat to not only the Constitution but also civil rights, equality, and democracy in America.
Politicians and other leaders called upon communities to protect illegal immigrants targeted by the upcoming mass ICE raids.
While society is slowly progressing, this conflict reflects our collective ignorance of the historical oppression of queer people in media and society.
Mina Mangal, a prominent Afghan journalist and women’s rights advocate was murdered by two men on May 11.
These students are pushing for reforms to the Title IX process, claiming it is a “opaque, victim-blaming and traumatizing.”
The ongoing lawsuit at John Jay speaks to the struggles that female college students face every day. Sexual violence on campus is a pervasive issue, prevalent in campuses across the globe.
YouTube has once again come under fire for its lack of content regulation.
The trip to the Museum of Fine Arts was supposed to be a cultural learning experience for the 7th grade students but instead it was a lesson in racism.
The recent slew of legislation restricting abortion rights is an attack on bodily autonomy for all people, not just cisgender women.
In recent years, student journalism has become increasingly critical.
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