Women’s March leaders say they’re not stepping down despite calls to do so from critics

"We have a commitment to continue this work because marginalized communities are counting on us."

NAACP urges black passengers to avoid American Airlines, alleging a pattern of racial discrimination

Until American Airlines addresses allegation of racial discrimination against black passengers, a national travel advisory will stand, the NAACP said.

There’s a growing movement to boycott the NFL until Colin Kaepernick gets a job. But will it work?

Organizers in Chicago, Atlanta and New York City are taking a stand against the NFL.

What this ‘New York Times’ op-ed gets wrong about Assata Shakur

Here's what Bari Weiss' 'New York Times' op-ed about progressive feminists' embracing Assata Shakur is missing.

NRA “minions” troll Philando Castile supporters after Women’s March protests

The organizers had asked the NRA to join them in expressing outrage that police had killed a man licensed to carry a gun.


Tamika Mallory: No, striking isn't an activity just for the privileged

Change demands sacrifice, solidarity and constant action, Mallory explained.

"We're never going home": The Women's March on Washington cements unity after inauguration

An estimated half million people descended on the capitol to take a stand for human rights.

Here are the best signs from the Women's March on Washington

More than half a million demonstrators descended on Washington for the Women's March. Here are some of their signs.

As thousands gear up for the Women's March, questions of unity, potential for change linger

If it's not anti-Trump, if it's not a protest, what is it — and what can it do for the movement?

One Year Later, Protesters Are Still Going to Jail for Eric Garner

"I still can't breathe."