Alicia Garza Is Bringing Black Power From The Streets To The Polls

The Black Lives Matter co-founder on her sweeping new vision to empower young, Black voters

DACA Was Made Possible By Young LGBTQ+ Immigrants. Now We Must Fight For Them, Too

The Supreme Court upheld the Obama-era policy, but there is still work to be done to protect the most vulnerable among us

What It Means To Be Black And Free In America Today

Juneteenth celebrates the abolition of slavery. It also highlights the many ways freedom has failed Black Americans

What 'Defund The Police' Means (And Doesn't Mean) And Where It Came From

Its origins offer crucial insights about America's current cultural landscape

MTV's Prom-athon Is A Virtual Prom Bash For The Class Of 2020, With Help From Michelle Obama

It all goes down May 22

'Training Is Not Enough': Senator Cory Booker Demands Accountability From Police

The former presidential hopeful explains how the coronavirus pandemic has shed light on racially biased policing

Seniors Are Having Prom And Graduation Online, But It Can't Replace The Real Thing

'Nothing is the same': Students sound off on missing pivotal moments due to the coronavirus pandemic

Earth Day Has Passed. Now What?

We must make climate justice a priority year-round. Here's how

Reproductive Health Care Has Always Been Essential, Especially During A Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic shines a light on the obstacles many young people face in receiving necessary care

My Governor Just Lifted Stay-At-Home Guidelines. Now What?

A young person's guide to protecting yourself and others as states and businesses open back up

Students Across The Country Are Suing Their Universities For Reimbursements

From Arizona to New York to Miami, school is online-only — but students are still paying campus fees

The Number Of Young People Held In Detention Centers Fell 24 Percent Last Month

Activists say their calls to release as many youth as possible are all the more crucial during the coronavirus pandemic

No, Drinking Bleach Will Not Cure The Coronavirus

'You may not die of COVID-19 after injecting disinfectant, but only because you may already be dead from the injection'

This Bill Could Forgive Student Loan Debt For Doctors And Nurses On Coronavirus Frontlines

Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) called it "the least we can do"

The Department Of Education Doesn't Want DACA Students To Receive Coronavirus Relief Aid

Betsy DeVos issued new guidance that goes further than the initial CARES Act

The Indigenous Activist Fighting To Save The Bayou From The Oil Industry

Sociologist Kasha Clay on the importance of 'saving our land by saving our livelihoods'

Canceling Earth Day Was Never An Option — So We Took Things Digital

'Being a climate activist, at its very core, is about persistence in the face of catastrophe'

For Young People, The Coronavirus Is Changing More Than How They Go To School

'Thoughts pop up in my head like, Will I ever finish college? Is it even worth it?'

Video Chatting, Drinking, And Cooking: What Young People Are During During The Coronavirus Lockdown

The youths stay online

With Fewer Resources Than Ever, Young People Are Pivoting To Online Therapy

'Their entire structure and framework of daily life has fundamentally shifted'

How To Support Sexual Violence Survivors While Social Distancing

Keeli Sorensen, the vice president of victim services at RAINN, breaks down the best way to support survivors in the time of coronavirus

Yes, You Should Wash Your Hands Before You Put On Your Coronavirus Face Mask

Dr. Darien Sutton-Ramsey explains everything you need to know

Rowena Chiu Wants Sexual Assault Survivors To Know 'Every Voice Matters, And You Matter'

The Harvey Weinstein survivor reflects on what she wished she knew as a 24-year-old assistant

The Coronavirus Disproportionately Affects Black Americans: What You Need To Know

New York Times investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones on the structural disadvantages Black communities face in the time of a global pandemic