The longtime activist and Lower East Side native spends his days organizing and making connections to support the city's burgeoning migrant community with his organization Artists Athletes Activists.
The self-described "movement lawyer" and former public defender is focusing on the drive to shut down New York's notorious Rikers Island as part of her mission to abolish the carceral system.
For the founder of South Bronx Mutual Aid, the widespread food insecurity spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic necessitated the formalization of years of community work that is now focused on supporting New York City's newest and neediest inhabitants.
The trans rights activist and author writes about the importance of moving beyond mere visibility in a hostile, anti-trans political landscape in an exclusive opinion piece.
As the Philippines struggles with Covid cases and a delayed vaccine rollout, a group of activists and organizers is fighting disinformation, inequity, and government repression.
The founder and president of the Amazon Labor Union is harnessing a resurgent labor movement to take on one of the largest corporations in the history of the world.
In the wake of the Supreme Court's overturn of Roe v. Wade, forty-one states currently offer legal—if in some cases severely limited—access to abortion. But a wave of bans and restrictions set to come into effect in the next few weeks and months will create a purposely bewildering patchwork of laws across the United States, making abortion funds critical last lines of defense against misinformation and confusion.