'This Week in Social Justice' unravels ExxonMobil's environmentally devastating propaganda, and Haiti's long and brutal relationship with U.S. imperialism.
'This Week in Social Justice' tackles Canada's genocidal Indigenous schools and climate change's lethal and disproportionate impact on communities of color.
Banning the teaching of a so-called Critical Race Theory could create a chilling effect that prevents educators from exploring racial issues in America.
The widely watched Democratic primary for Philadelphia district attorney ended with a convincing win for Larry Krasner, the unofficial leader of the progressive prosecutor movement.
We examine how law enforcement use a dubious medical-legal construct to justify behavior in excessive force cases and to explain deaths in police custody.
The story of how a thriving Black neighborhood in New Orleans was decimated by the government, and what it means for Biden's infrastructure plan.
From decriminalizing consumption and expunging past convictions to investing in impacted communities, the new law seeks to amend destructive policies.
The 'model minority' concept was adopted to highlight the relative prosperity of some Asian Americans and drive a wedge between racial and ethnic groups.
We examine U.S. Interior Secretary Haaland's historic appointment and what it means for Native people and the climate.
Special prime-time livestream of This Week in Social Justice focuses on MLK, featuring Poor People's Campaign Co-Director Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis & News Beat Artist in Residence Silent Knight.
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