Jada Pinkett Smith continues her work against human trafficking with a CNN special report, ‘Children for Sale,’ which will air on July 21, 2015.
For her 153rd birthday, Google celebrated journalist, suffragist, sociologist and anti-lynching activist, Ida B. Wells with a doodle.
Tony Award-winning monologist Sarah Jones shares an intriguing excerpt from her new solo show, ‘Sell/Buy/Date,’ which tackles issues of human trafficking.
Senegalese-American pop star Akon speaks to CNN about his major sustainable energy initiative, which will bring electricity to 600 million people.
Spoken word artist and grad student Tonya Ingram not only captures what it’s like living with depression, but what it takes to break free.
MTV’s ‘Rebel Music: Native America’ features four indigenous musicians and activists — Frank Waln, Inez Jasper, Nataanii Means (son of activist Russell Means) and Mike “Witko” Cliff — using art to save their communities.
‘Kumu Hina,’ a documentary exploring how Native Hawai’ian culture embraces those who embody both the male and female spirit, will premiere on PBS Independent Lens on Monday, May 4.
“If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” – Malcolm X
Selfies give people the power to control their image and express themselves, however is the practice leading to problematic behaviour with irreversible consequences?
TIME Magazine‘s 2015 “100 Most Influential People” issue is covered by ballerina Misty Copeland, rapper and fashion designer Kanye West, Mexican-American journalist and author Jorge Ramos, actor Bradley Cooper, and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Glamour Magazine sat in while First Lady Michelle Obama and actresses Sarah Jessica Parker and Kerry Washington brainstormed ways to gain momentum around helping America’s servicewomen, veterans, and military wives.
What can you do when the neighborhood you love has fallen into blight? Pottery maker Theaster Gates answers with a little imagination, and hopes to inspire others to do the same.
Loveless Society’s Bradley Cox calls for the end of “self-reflection” that doesn’t also challenge oppressive systems.
Viola Davis opens up about her childhood struggles with hunger in the April 2015 issue of Glamour Magazine.
The Journey of You begins with those who came before you and ends with the legacy you leave for the future.
Activist, professor and author Angela Davis sits down with Puerto Rico Indie to discuss liberation of Puerto Rico and Palestine, solidarity, better feminism, and intersectionality.
Stuart Scott‘s ESPN colleagues react to news of his death with teary eyes and fond memories of him as a friend and a father.
Jada Pinkett Smith’s fiercely fit little physique graces SHAPE Magazine, where shows us a booty tightening routine and reveals how discussing spirituality with Will keeps things spicy.
The Skateroom has collaborated with the late Jean-Michel Basquiat’s estate to bring his work to a collection of exclusive skateboard decks.
J. Cole is causing a stir with a new track titled “Fire Squad,” which takes aim at some of today’s popular white rappers and R&B singers.