Racial Justice

Finally, Black Women Are Getting Credit and Recognition For Starting The Nail Art Trend

Nail art is a niche fashion trend that has become increasingly popular and more mainstream in recent years. However, the Black women responsible have historically seen little to no credit.
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An Emmett Till Memorial Was Just Knocked Down (Again) — Here's How You Can Help

In 2019, a new marker was erected at the site where Till’s body was recovered. It was the fourth replacement at the location. The first historical marker was placed in 2008 and was tossed in the river, while the second and third signs were shot at and left riddled with bullet holes.
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How to Prevent Crime Without Relying on Police

Poverty is a major source of crime. Bad housing, bad schools, bad infrastructure, including the “poverty of access.” Poverty destroys families, their dignity, and hope. Most criminality is of want—because of lack of income, food, and other necessities. If you end poverty, you end most crime.
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Paving a Path for Justice: 7 Runners Making a Difference to Follow on Instagram

We profiled seven runners using running as a platform to build community and fight for justice — for both people and the planet.
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What Do You Wish More People Understood About the LGBTQ+ Community?

And other questions for a few of our favorite LGBTQ+ activists, influencers, and educators
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Why The Environmental Movement Must Be Intersectional

‍If your environmentalism isn’t intersectional, isn’t striving for greater equity, greater justice — then your environmentalism is incomplete.
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