Crypto aims to be the future of finance but the digital coins carry a carbon footprint the size of Argentina. The coin’s future depends on eliminating cryptocurrency’s environmental impact.
Thousands are calling for removal of a statue of Cecil Rhodes, grandfather of apartheid in South Africa. The protest sheds light on why some statues shouldn’t be left to stand.
Celebrate the first federally recognized Juneteenth by educating yourself on the history of slavery and emancipation. These 6 slave narratives are a great place to start.
A review of pansexuality, the origins of the pansexual pride flag, and the movement for LGBTQIA+ rights.
Keystone XL was finally stopped but 2.5 million miles of pipeline still threaten communities across the U.S. Here’s why the fight to stop the pipelines matters & what you can do.
New York will try ranked choice voting for the first time in the June 22nd mayoral primary. Here’s how the new voting system works and why it matters.
Rising death tolls in Israel and Palestine are in the media spotlight. But how balanced is that media coverage? This analysis explores that question.
Based on a critically acclaimed comic series, Trese takes us into a supernatural world behind the streets of Manila for an action packed adventure with spine-chilling moments.
Dorothy Arzner was one of the most influential women in early Hollywood. Here are two reviews of films she worked on with strong, feminist themes.
Soar Over Hate provides safety equipment and info to AAPI women, seniors, and LGTBQ+ folks for protection against the rise of anti-AAPI hate.
A new movement that addresses the ways the climate crisis impacts black and indigenous communities launched this month. The Red Black and Green New Deal demonstrates clearly that climate justice is racial justice.
Witches use symbols in many rituals and spells, to focus their intentions or channel energy. These 10 Wiccan symbols are a source of strength and empowerment.
As protests against police brutality increase in frequency and intensity, cries of “No Justice, No Peace” can be heard everywhere and often. This is not the first time the popular protest chant has been heard in the United States. The exact meaning of the phrase, however, has often been debated and distorted. Conservative and moderate […]
“Today, we honor and celebrate the achievements and resiliency of transgender individuals and communities.” Those words begin a proclamation issued by the Biden-Harris Administration on March 31, 2021, also known as Transgender Day of Visibility. Other pro-trans actions by the new administration include a move to allow transgender soldiers to serve openly in the military […]
We touch down on a serious issue this week with special guests Hugo Wang and Cecilia Hua and discuss the rise in hate crimes and anti-Asian sentiment in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic. Hugo Wang is the director of Initiatives at A Little Bit Human and is pursuing a master’s degree in public […]
The family of Fabien Azoulay, a gay Jewish man serving a 16+ year sentence over a minor drug offense, is asking the public to sign a petition demanding French President Emmanuel Macron transfer Azoulay out of the Turkish prison where he’s currently incarcerated. The 43-year-old French citizen has been subjected to torture and harassment at […]