On September 26 Alabama prison officials made a rare admission: prisoners had initiated work stoppages at every single major correctional facility in the state.
1,833 people have died in police custody or following police contact in the UK since 1990. The recent killing of Chris Kaba has led to renewed calls for justice as Black people continue to be disproportionately targeted by police violence
The city of Jackson, Mississippi needs billions to fix its chronically broken water system. As residents enter day four of the water crisis, locals tire of temporary solutions
Incarcerations, brutality, and torture are common in the US. Activists claim that this amounts to a war waged against racially marginalized, poor, and working-class people.
This year, the national holiday was marked by protests and mass shootings, making festivities impossible
Fourth of July festivities in Akron, Ohio are canceled due to protests, while police responsible are on paid leave. US police have killed at least 291 people in 2022
Migrants movements are calling for a two-day mobilization asking for peace, work, housing and the regularization of undocumented people
In this episode, we bring you stories about tensions in the Korean peninsula, the assassination of Colombian social leaders, and the racism, abuse and discrimination faced by Black and Minority Ethnic people working in lower-paid jobs in the UK’s health and social care sector
Federal Highway Policemen brutally killed Genivaldo de Jesus Santos by locking him inside a car with a large amount of gas
After a white supremacist shooter murdered 10 Black people in Buffalo, many have pointed to the institutionalized racism behind the attack
Today we look at an investigation into racism in the Minneapolis Police Department (US), protests against the Capital Control law in Lebanon, and more
The war in Ukraine has revealed the double standards in how the EU treats refugees. What are the roots of this hypocrisy, and why must we fight it?