Black Lives Matter
Voices from the Movement for Native Lives
Advocates talk about the country's "silent, comfortable genocide."
Native Americans Are Being Killed by Police at a Higher Rate Than Any Other Group
These deaths are rarely covered in the media, but now, Native groups are organizing for justice in a growing Native Lives Matter movement.
Dump Trump, Defeat Racism and Misogyny, Build the Left
An open letter to the Left
47 Grassroots Organizers
More Than a Protest: Why Voting Green Counts
Jill Stein's campaign manager makes the case for a Green political revolution.
The Execution That Birthed a Movement
Troy Davis' death on Sept. 21, 2011, transformed Occupy and kindled Black Lives Matter.
Jen Marlowe and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
In Milwaukee, a History of Racist Violence Fuels Mistrust of the Police Department
A recent shooting recalls the decades of abuse inflicted on the city's African-American community by police.
Walking While Black
Encounters with police in New York City.
The Radicalism of Black Lives Matter
Three years in, the youth-led movement has the power to transform the Left.
Black Lives Matter Is Showing Why Progressive Jews Must Support Palestinian Justice
The Movement for Black Lives' new platform has drawn a line in the sand over support for Palestinian rights and racial justice.
The Black Political Establishment Should Never Have Given Hillary Clinton a Blank Check
The Sanders campaign was an opportunity to put pressure on Clinton, but instead the neoliberal Black elite backed her unconditionally.
Killings By Police Haven’t Stopped Mexico’s Movement Against Neoliberal Education Reform
Despite police repression, Mexico's militant teachers union continues to strike and protest.
Andalusia Knoll Soloff
The Occupation in Chicago That’s Building a Community Free from Racist Policing and Prisons
For over two weeks, young, Black activists have camped out to protest police oppression and imagine a more just world.
James Baldwin’s Many Heirs
In the essay collection The Fire This Time, a new generation of Black writers keeps Baldwin's flame alight.
Erin Aubry Kaplan
Yale Worker Who Shattered Racist Window: ‘People are Tired of Being Victims’
Corey Menafee tells In These Times what brought him to the breaking point.
The RNC Shows the GOP’s Base Is Getting Smaller and Angrier
Conservatives, once a self-proclaimed "silent majority," have become a loud, defensive minority.
Will Pokémon Go Help Activism Evolve?
Some activist groups are using the new app to organize, while others are more skeptical.
Michelle Alexander: Amidst Police Brutality, ‘There’s an Unfinished Revolution Waiting to be Won’
We need a profound shift in consciousness to challenge an entrenched system of racial and social control.
After Alton Sterling and Philando Castile: How the System Punishes Protesters and Protects Police
Police in Minnesota and Louisiana have their own "bill of rights" that can shield officers from accountability for fatal shootings.