Good News About Racial Justice

Stories of hope and progress in the fight for racial justice and equality — and action steps about how to get involved and make a difference

Little Miss Flint Michigan Has Spent Her Entire Life Fighting The Water Crisis

No, that isn't an exaggeration: since she was 12-years-old, the Flint native has been the face of Flint's water crisis — one that's still very much active today. 
Read More

The 7 Countries Accepting the Most Ukrainian Refugees

To determine which countries have taken in the most people fleeing Ukraine since fighting broke out on February 24, Stacker compiled refugee data from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
Read More

People & Planet: What Is Intersectional Environmentalism?

Intersectional environmentalism is the mainstream environmentalist movement demanding that our planet and its people are both cared for and seen as interconnected.
Read More

25 Best Coretta Scott King Quotes About Positive Change

You might know King as the wife of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., however, her legacy extends far beyond the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s. 
Read More

How & Why To Be Hopeful: Advice From a Reenergized Activist

Hope takes cues from current events and serves as the basis for action. It's not found by burying one's head in the sand. It comes to people who are paying attention to what's going on in the world.
Read More

Camden, Newark, & Baltimore Lead in Building Equitable Access to Urban Tree Canopy

Maps of the hottest areas in major American cities often correspond almost directly to redlined areas on maps from nearly a century ago. Tree equity is an opportunity to create positive change.
Read More

No-Knock Warrants Should Be Banned — Here’s Why & How To Help

Between the margin for human error, spike in personal gun ownership, and more, no-knock raids aren’t actually safer for anyone — police officers included. Here's how to ban them.
Read More

Devin Allen Is Charting a Creative Path for Kids in Baltimore

In 2015, Devin Allen made history by being one of the few amateur photographers to make the cover of TIME Magazine. Now, he’s trying to change the future for others.
Read More

15 American Women Athletes Who Broke Barriers

The sports world would be very different without any of the women mentioned on this list. It’s impossible to deny the significant accomplishments of these athletes, but many of them represent more than medals, trophies, and numbers on scoreboards.
Read More

Through Online Platforms, Thousands Open Their Homes to Ukraine’s Refugees

Airbnb-style home sharing is changing what it means to be displaced.
Read More