How a Civil Rights Activist is Fighting Climate Change
Kathy Egland is taking on Big Coal to protect people and the environment.
Why I am marching in Pride, and why all educators need to
A Durham teacher of the year says she will march in this year’s Pride Celebration to support LGBTQ students and encourages others to do so.
San Diego Pride Parade: Why We March for LGBTQ Equality
For years Walden staff has joined the LGBTQ community to march in the San Diego Pride Parade. Along with our family and friends we wear rainbow tutus, faces, capes and the brightest ‘Walden pink’ t-shirts and hats we can find. Although we love the atmosphere of love and community, we are marching for more than …
LGBT Activists Around The World Remind Us "Why We Fight"
May 17 is International Day Against Homophobia And Transphobia.
Why Activists Fighting to End Sexual and Domestic Violence are Calling for Gun Control
With each incident of mass violence, it becomes more evident that gender-based violence, abuse, oppression and bigotry are inextricably tied. Efforts to prevent these heinous acts require a larger societal commitment to end abuse and oppression in all its forms, particularly at the intersections.
NYC’s Pride March has a new route this year—here’s what you need to know
The massive celebration of NYC’s LGBTQ community has some big changes for 2018.
What You Need to Know about New York City's World Pride March
Here's when and where the parade begins and ends.
THS Marching Band takes top honors with pride
Why Israel proudly marches in Pride parades in Chicago
The very notion of "pinkwashing" denies the personhood and identity of Israeli LGBTQ individuals.
A question of pride: Should LGBTQ cops march in uniform?
As Pride Month culminates in events around the country, LGBTQ cops still have a divided identity: as members of a minority that has historically been oppressed and harassed by police, and as law enforcement officers proud of their service.
LGBTQ Pride: Why Lightspeed will be marching in the parade
This week is Montréal's annual LGBTQ Pride week. Lightspeed will be marching in the Pride Parade on Sunday, August 20th with our CEO, himself a member of the community. Lightspeed is a proud company where all kinds of people are welcome. We believe our differences bring value and make us a better team. Read more to know why.
The Pride Of The Indomitable Lions
On 10 March 1981, Chelsea star and Cameroon international Samuel Eto'o was born in Nkon, Cameroon. He currently holds the record for most ...
What activists missed in their fight to legalize undocumented immigrants
Ali Noorani, author of “There Goes the Neighborhood” who appears at Books & Books in Coral Gables on Thursday, writes that activists missed the rise of an angry American population that helped elect Donald Trump as president.
Why We Marched in the Boston Pride Parade
Hebrew SeniorLife residents and staff share their experiences from the 2017 Boston Pride Parade.
Why these internet activists are fighting to save Yahoo Groups
Every civilisation has its origin stories, its creation myths and its doomsday predictions.
How activists are fighting racial disparities in school discipline
Professor of Public Policy and Public Affairs, University of Massachusetts Boston
How activists like Emma González fight burnout
Some of the busiest activists share their self-care tips for staying sane in a crazy news cycle.
The case for why Catholics should march in LGBT Pride parades
A Catholic bishop’s tweet this week provoked contentious social media debates about whether faithful Catholics should attend Pride events.
Pride of the Pecos Valley earns top rating at marching festival
Above, the Artesia High School marching band performs the title song from “Ghostbusters” during the Southeast New Mexico Music Educators’ Marching Festival Tuesday at Bulldog…
Why This Year’s Pride Marches Should Really Be Demonstrations Against ICE
The queer community must tap our radical roots to combat atrocities being committed at the American border.