intersectionality

Rise Up

Florynce Kennedy Is an Intersectional Feminist Hero Worth Honoring During Black History Month

As an advocate for women and people of color, Florynce Kennedy fought for the rights of marginalized communities and empowered underprivileged Americans.
Aaron Barksdale
2.20.18
Rise Up

One Year Later, Eyes Are on Women’s March to Fix What it Got Wrong Last Time

Last year the Women's March co-chairs emphasized intersectionality, and this year everyone must be on the same page when it comes to what inclusion looks like.
Kimberley Richards
1.20.18
Voices

For the Women's March to Succeed, People of Color and the LGBTQ Community Must Have Full Seats at the Table

If we are truly committed to advancing a future that includes everyone we should prioritize the voices of those who have been historically unheard.
Blair Imani
1.19.18
Frontier

This Coworking Space Helps Startups Achieve Their Missions for Social Good

The Centre for Social Innovation is like a Russian nesting doll of social impact movements.
Eric Kingrea
10.2.17
Voices

When Creatives and Do-Gooders Come Together, Big Things Can Happen

The second annual Likeminds conference brought together the creative class for the goal of social good.
Zach Pollakoff
10.2.17
Voices

This Activist Uses Spoken Word Performances to Educate People on Climate Change

Eco-conscious spoken word activist Prince Ea tells VICE Impact about using his platform to educate people about climate change through art.
Kastalia Medrano
9.25.17
Livable Planet

Avoiding Mass Extinction Was the Goal of This Music and Climate Festival

Thought leaders in education, business, environmentalism, technology, and policy convened at Creating Equilibrium to come up with actionable solutions to the world's worst problems.
Kastalia Medrano
9.18.17
Rise Up

Bay Li of The Skins Has an Encouraging Message to Share for Young Activists

The lead singer of the Skins chatted with us about rebel youth, music and activism.
Aaron Barksdale
8.30.17
Voices

These Indian YouTubers Reshape Attitudes on Rape Culture With Satire

All India Bakchod -- one of India's most popular groups of comedians -- use their acidic humor to call out powerful systems of oppression.
Alice Rowsome
8.22.17
Voices

Young Indonesian YouTubers Are Combatting Extremist Hate Speech With Humor

As one of Creators for Change, The Cameo Project is raising awareness on sensitive issues to the world's biggest Muslim population.
Alice Rowsome
8.15.17
Impact Work

YouTube Activists School Their Followers on Major Social Issues

Creators for Change amplifies tolerance and empathy through the internet's next wave of young change-makers.
Alice Rowsome
7.5.17