2020 is sorely lacking in its 20/20 vision. With world disasters, protests, and acoronavirus pandemic, the year just keeps getting worse for some people.
Justice League NYC elevates police brutality victims’ stories, featuring activists demystifying the #DefundthePolice movement.
Protestors around the world have gathered to demand justice for Black people. The U.S. has compensated by renaming streets instead of actual legislation.
We spoke with Minneapolis, Minnesota rapper P-Will where the native addressed issues related to BLM in his music, especially in his song, “Justice4Floyd”.
In a time where police brutality is rampant, the last thing that people need right now is a gritty cop thriller.
Let’s get our Steve Irwin on and look at some Karens in the wild to see what we can learn about them. More importantly, let’s see how we can avoid them.
But if it’s so important, why isn’t it so famous? Here’s a look into the history of this holiday and why it’s essential today and beyond.
Artists receive backlash from their fans and many others are pressured by their record label to not get involved with “sensitive” subjects like #BLM.
Ava DuVernay and her media company ARRAY Now are launching the LEAP initiative, focused on holding law enforcement accountable for police brutality.