Trayvon Martin died a senseless death, but his legacy has sparked a movement.
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It's time to talk, America.
Recent Supreme Court decisions show the need for a more direct, in-your-face engagement with policy.
If we want to live in a country where nightclubs aren't transformed into death chambers, we can no longer be silent.
Having a woman in the White House doesn't guarantee a Clinton administration will be good for women.
A much needed conversation.
What side of the digital divide do you stand on?
The ballroom community is a site of black liberation.
The lead singer of the Internet talks artistic responsibility, labels and her Odd Future past.
This San Francisco nonprofit is helping women develop food businesses.
When resources are out of balance, so are the scales of justice.
Watch the last episode of this season of The Movement.
Meet the "Sioux Chef."
The Inner Harbor Project is mobilizing youth in Baltimore.
Meet Wanda James, a black woman changing the face of the "green rush."
Here's what you need to know about the group behind the first episode of "The Movement."
Darnell L. Moore interviews unsung heroes who are working to end injustice.
bell hooks and others speak out.
The changing face of "do or die" Bed-Stuy.
The country is watching the pope and figuring out where their votes will go.
It's not easy, but necessary.