Civil Rights & Social Justice

Stay woke with breaking news on civil rights and social justice.

Iran is currently birthing one of the biggest women’s revolutions in history. Celebs like Yara Shahidi are educating us on what’s happening.

In honor of National Voter Registration Day, BLK launches their partnership with "When We All Vote." Read more details inside. 

The rise and fall of Famous Amos is an unexpected story of great success and tragic downfall. Read more about Wally Amos’ story inside.

A viral video resurfaced of 13-year-old Naira Tamminga, speaking in front of the Grand Rapids city commission board. Watch the speech inside.

One viral TikTok video sheds light on the grievances minority homeowners are facing as gentrification continues. Watch and learn inside.

Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court today. Read more about how we feel about the decision inside.

Happy International Day of Yoga! We spotlight WalkGood LA, an impactful non-profit organization in LA curating space for Black and Brown people. Read more inside.

Artists and actors, like Matthew McConaughey, are paying their respects after the tragic Uvalde, Texas shooting. Read more inside.

A White couple gave birth to two Black twin girls using in vitro fertilization. Internet onlookers are outraged after realizing the couple specifically chose two Black embryos and Black sperm to have the children. Read more details and reactions inside.

Ryan Coogler was mistaken for a bank robber in Atlanta back in January. Reports detail that two Atlanta officers responded to a bank hold up call at the Bank of America where the Black Panther director wanted to discreetly withdraw $12k. Read 5 reasons he may have needed the cash and a few fan reactions inside.

Finally, justice is served. Three men are found guilty of hate crimes in the Ahmaud Arbery murder. Here are a few details about the case you need to know inside.

Activist and social media influencer Chaka Zulu sat down to discuss his initiative and campaign #Give2Goma, which has organized to provide crucial aid for the people of Goma. The cause has already received support from celebrities like Tiffany Haddish, Kehlani and more. Watch our interview inside to help the cause.