This Women’s History Month, I need the world to continue to share our story. Every time someone shares a video on social media, or talks about this movement with their community, it is proof to the Iranian regime that our struggle is not forgotten.
On the third anniversary of the coronavirus pandemic, disability justice is more important than ever.
See how these Black innovators are changing the world after attending Disney Dreamers Academy.
Dallas teen Elle Chavis is on her way to opening her own production company to create stories about diverse characters.
Georgia native Jordan Adeyemi is scoring big in the nonprofit arena by donating soccer cleats to underserved communities.
Disney Dreamer Logan Williams is a 15-year-old philanthropist who started an organization called Blanket Blessings to help those in need every year for her birthday.
On Wednesday, Kentucky state GOP lawmakers overturned Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear’s veto on a transgender bill banning gender-affirming care for minors that has now become law. LGBTQ+ activists and organizations have vowed to continue the fight, however.
The country’s youth are in a mental health crisis that has been exacerbated by the pandemic. A recent study on pediatric suicidal behavior reveals what may have led to this breaking point because it doesn’t include the years since COVID-19's spread.
‘We take care of us’: This queer Seattle crew is modeling what it looks like to have housing ‘for us, by us’
“How many more GoFundMe’s will people have to create to [not be homeless]?” According to The Trevor Project’s 2021 National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health, 28% of LGBTQ youth reported experiencing housing instability—37% for trans and nonbinary youth. Offering their own solution, the Queer The Land collective is on a mission of owning their own land and labor.
Ursa podcast season 2 debut celebrates the 20th anniversary of ZZ Packer’s Drinking Coffee Elsewhere
Deesha Philyaw and Dawnie Walton give ZZ Packer her flowers for DRINKING COFFEE ELSEWHERE and celebrate underrepresented fiction writers everywhere with season two of Ursa podcast.
Despite advanced tech, why are people still being blindsided by tornadoes like the one in Mississippi?
Modern weather technology has saved countless lives. But there's still more to be done.