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This Civil Right Pioneer is Still Fighting Against Segregation Decades Later

Elizabeth Eckford, a member of the Little Rock Nine, hopes that her story influences people to be respectful of others despite their differences.
Aaron Barksdale
5.17.18
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These Students are Marching for Gun Control During an NRA Convention

The Rally4Reform in Dallas is a show of solidarity with all those who have been affected by gun violence, and demand change.
Waed Alhayek
5.3.18
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These Women of Color Are Bringing Diversity to the Cannabis Industry

From business owners to cannabis yoga instructors to ganja rappers, these ladies are carving out a space for POCs in the overwhelmingly white and male-dominated cannabis industry.
Shonitria Anthony
4.23.18
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Meet the Women of Color Revolutionizing the Weed Industry

From business owners to cannabis yoga instructors to ganja rappers, these ladies are carving out a space for POCs in the overwhelmingly white and male-dominated cannabis industry.
Shonitria Anthony
4.20.18
Voices

We Must Include Black Voices to Effect Real Change on Gun Control

Reducing the threat of lethal force has been at the center of many black advocacy groups' calls for gun reform.
Matthew Kincaid
4.18.18
Voices

This Campaign Empowers the Latino Community by Finally Making it Easy to Vote

The Power of 18 uses a mobile-friendly voter tool to energize communities ahead of the 2018 midterm election.
Alice Rowsome
4.16.18
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You Can Fight Back Against Jeff Sessions’s War on Legal Weed

The AG's actions may end up demonstrating the real limits of federal power over citizens and states that reject federal drug policies.
Tamar Todd
Jolene Forman
4.13.18
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After Parkland, Senator Dianne Feinstein Finally Sees a Path Forward for Gun Control

VICE Impact talks to the California senator, and longtime advocate for stricter gun control, about the momentum for reform after the March for Our Lives.
Richard Greene
4.12.18
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Treating Some Drugs Like Food Regulations Could Radically Alter Long-Term Addiction

If we want to end overdose deaths we need to radically rethink our drug policies with new solutions like drug checking services and supervised consumption sites.
Derek Rosenfeld
4.12.18
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Pride Fund to End Gun Violence Rallies the LGBTQ Community Behind Gun Control Reform

Iraq war veteran and DC political consultant Jason Lindsay's organization is determined to take on the NRA by lobbying to help gay people and their allies elect candidates who will act on new gun policy.
Alice Rowsome
4.9.18
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A Father's Mission to End Gun Violence After Losing His Family to Islamophobia

Mohammad Abu-Salha's daughters and son-in-law were murdered by a gunman in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 2015. Since then, changing gun control laws has been a difficult journey.
Mohammad Abu-Salha
3.22.18
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Protecting the World's Forests Still Matters Even If You Live in a City

You may think tropical forests have little to do with your urban life, but you probably use a rainforest product everyday. This year's International Day of Forests is all about protecting these important natural resources no matter where you live.
Brittany Wienke
3.21.18