How the Neoliberal Food Regime impacts the global hunger crisis and farmer-led protests across India
Four years ago, immigration became front and center in American politics, specifically with then-candidate Trump’s portrayal of Mexican immigrants coming into the United States. Of course, not every American view Latin Americans as rapists or criminals, but the term “illegal immigrant” and those seeking asylum once they live in the United States tell what it…
A personal narrative through the protests in Iraq – and why you should know.
Art, especially public displays, has been a major influence in the Bay Area’s history of social justice and reform.
The United States is currently facing an unprecedented opioid crisis caused in large part by the predatory practices of large pharmaceutical companies. This article dives into the history of opioid use and advocates for a more compassionate approach to fixing the epidemic.
Racism is far-reaching and its prevalence in medicine is harming the Black community, Black women especially.
Why are young people and volunteers the ones feeding an entire California community in need and not the local government? Read here to find out.
Today, there are many women around the world living in fear. Not only because a pandemic is ravaging the world, but because many of their human rights and reproductive rights are being threatened. Essential to the human rights of life and dignity is a women’s right to abortion. Sadly, over the past decade numerous countries…
Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia are at a stalemate regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. The implications of the dam and these negotiations have significant potential humanitarian consequences.
Due to a large wealth gap between India’s rural and urban areas, online school has been a major set back for most of the country’s children.