'Forgiving Johnny' review: Exploring a paperless framework for restorative justice
New documentary suggests a digital safety net might save those trapped in the judicial system.
'Rustin' biopic trailer spotlights the 'forgotten' civil rights leader
"He made history, and in turn, he was forgotten."
How young climate activists took Montana to court. And won.
The fight to save the planet has moved to the court room.
For the trees: A quest to protect Australia’s forests
How we can address recent changes to our environment, before the impacts become irreversible
What is Bethenny Frankel's 'reality reckoning?' Former Bravo star promotes unionization for reality stars
And she asked 'Vanderpump' villain Raquel Leviss for help.
By Tim Marcin
Intersectional climate activism matters. Dominique Palmer, Tori Tsui, Daphne Frias, and Greta Thunberg explain why.
"All of these injustices are so interlinked."
New congressional bill addresses food insecurity on the picket line
"No worker should go hungry for exercising their right to strike for better wages and safer workplaces."
Artists draw attention to the environmental cost of the war in Ukraine
'Invasive species' shows how a plant can become a metaphor for the damages caused by imperialism.
Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. Animation production staff move to unionize
People involved have worked on 'Harley Quinn,' 'We Baby Bears,' and 'Craig of the Creek.'
By Amanda Yeo
Is going to a movie during the WGA/SAG-AFTRA strike crossing the picket line?
Can you still see Barbenheimer?
How to support the writers' and SAG strikes online and off
Lights, camera, mutual aid.
Bizarre AI proposal from studios helps explain SAG strike
Streaming and AI are among the biggest contributors to the decision to strike.
By Matt Binder
Hollywood actors may be about to strike. Here's what that means.
The film and TV industry may be close to a near-total shutdown.
By Sam Haysom
Gun safety PSA urges gun owners to join the conversation on preventable firearm deaths
Safe Stories PSA highlights the raw reality of in-home gun access.
Starting to hate cars — even if you drive one? There's an online community for you.
These groups teach members how to fight for safer streets.
By Rebecca Ruiz
Youth advocates make their groundbreaking case in court for climate action
In Held vs. Montana, the next generation asserts their constitutional rights.