Darnell L. Moore
Darnell L. Moore

Darnell L. Moore is a Senior Editor and Senior Correspondent at Mic. He is also co-managing editor of The Feminist Wire and Writer-in-Residence at the Center on African American Religion, Sexual Politics and Social Justice at Columbia University.

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Feb. 28, 2017

#OurSonTrayvon: Celebrities remember Trayvon Martin five years after he was killed

Trayvon Martin died a senseless death, but his legacy has sparked a movement.

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Nov. 15, 2016

#BlackMenSpeak — but will we listen?

This video series chronicles black male artists and influencers who view art as a tool for social change.
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Sept. 7, 2016

After Frank Ocean's comeback, 15 black men share reflections on being a #FreeBlackMan

What will it take to get rid of toxic masculinity?
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Aug. 5, 2016

Here's Why We Should End the #AllLivesMatter Debate Once and for All

Darnell L. Moore speaks the truth about what this phrase really means.
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Aug. 2, 2016

Here's Why Mic's Dispatches on Change Should Be Required Reading

And we want your help to tell the stories that are yet to be told.
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July 8, 2016

The Dallas Protest Shooting Is An Opportunity for Difficult, Honest Public Dialogue

It's time to talk, America.

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June 25, 2016

Here’s Why the SCOTUS Vacancy Should Be A Priority for The Movement for Black Lives

Recent Supreme Court decisions show the need for a more direct, in-your-face engagement with policy.
June 18, 2016

Silence Can Be Violence, That’s Why We Have To Talk About The Orlando Shooting

If we want to live in a country where nightclubs aren't transformed into death chambers, we can no longer be silent.
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June 9, 2016

Here's Why Progressives Shouldn't Get Too Excited About Hillary Clinton's Nomination

Having a woman in the White House doesn't guarantee a Clinton administration will be good for women.
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June 1, 2016

Why We Need to Talk About Racism as a Mental-Health Trigger

A much needed conversation.
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May 27, 2016

Here's What Happens to Americans Who Can't Afford Internet Access

What side of the digital divide do you stand on?

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May 4, 2016

What Some Black LGBTQ People Are Doing to Survive in the Age of HIV

The ballroom community is a site of black liberation.
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April 7, 2016

La Cocina Is Working to Ensure Women of Color Can Succeed in the Restaurant Industry

This San Francisco nonprofit is helping women develop food businesses.
April 7, 2016

Syd Tha Kyd Isn't Content Tweeting About Revolution, She Intends to Sing It

The lead singer of the Internet talks artistic responsibility, labels and her Odd Future past.
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March 30, 2016

Silicon Valley De-Bug Is Fighting to Stop Incarceration and Secure Justice

When resources are out of balance, so are the scales of justice.
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Feb. 16, 2016

Meet Coach Khali and the Detroit Youth He's Creating a Safe Space For in an Unlikely Place

Watch the last episode of this season of The Movement.

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Feb. 9, 2016
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Feb. 2, 2016

This Is What Can Happen When Black Teens Are Allowed to Lead in US Cities

The Inner Harbor Project is mobilizing youth in Baltimore.
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Jan. 26, 2016

The Booming Marijuana Industry Is Still Too White

Meet Wanda James, a black woman changing the face of the "green rush."
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Jan. 19, 2016

Here's Cure4Camden's Prescription to End Violence in One of America's Forgotten Cities

Here's what you need to know about the group behind the first episode of "The Movement."