How to help teach your children about activism, tolerance, morality, and violence against Black people through conversation, books and more.
Massive law enforcement budgets have only increased in recent years. Activists are calling to defund the police and invest that money into communities of color
Initially canceled because of COVID-19, the June 14 event will now harken back to Pride's roots as a protest for social justice.
Conversations about race, privilege and police brutality are hard. Be open â€” and have a plan.
The Netflix culture expert said white gay men in particular need to acknowledge how they have benefited from racial injustice.
The "Riverdale" star said she was a â€œproud bisexual womanâ€ in a post encouraging fans to join her at a protest.
Mayor Jim Kenney called the statue of the late mayor and police commissioner a â€œdeplorable monument to racism, bigotry, and police brutality.â€
The New York drag icon sings Lizzo, zings Trump and shares her tips for surviving the COVID-19 crisis. The show premieres Friday.
The popular gay dating app kicked off LGBTQ Pride Month with a pledge to no longer allow users to sort through prospective connections by race.
In an emotional video, the talk show host pledged solidarity with those protesting against racial inequality. Her previous effort, however, sparked backlash.
Co-star Samantha Marie Ware accused the actor of threatening to "s**t in my wig."
â€œThe president seems to think dominating Black people, dominating peaceful protesters, is law and order. Itâ€™s not."
Outrage over the death of George Floyd prompt advocates to refocus June's celebrations on social justice once more.
The parades may be canceled, but Pride isn't. Here's a month of protests, panels, dance parties, teach-ins, concerts, happy hours and more to help you celebrate.
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The singer called out the president for "fueling a system that is already rooted in racism" in an emotional message about the killing of George Floyd.
For some queer college students, online learning amid COVID-19 means more than just awkward Zoom classes. It means hiding their sexuality or gender identity.
The Bravo host said "an incident" involving his 1-year-old son, Benjamin Allen, forced him to hand his pup off to new owners.
The mayor told reporters, "I will encode what I really want to say to Donald Trump. It's two words: It begins with 'F' and it ends with 'U.'"
"The Queen" helped pave the way for "RuPaul's Drag Race" and more. As writer Matt Baume finds, however, the documentary omits many artists of color.
"No one wants to hear from the Birther-in-Chief," the CNN host says.
According to Williams Institute research, the Supreme Court's landmark decision also supported some 45,000 jobs.
The federal decision in a Connecticut-based dispute, which stemmed from 2 trans student sprinters, could have national implications.
In â€œWhen Life is Good Again,â€ the country music icon vows to live "more in the moment" once the coronavirus pandemic is behind us.
The actor shared a cryptic Instagram post about leaving the CW series after one season.
The singer has teamed up with the K-pop girl group for her next single off her new album, "Chromatica."
Kramer wrote "The Normal Heart" and founded several AIDS-related organizations.
The spinoff of 2018's "Love, Simon" debuts June 19.
The comedian faced similar backlash in 2017 for posing with a fake severed head that bore a resemblance to the president.
The "American Horror Story" actor said the coronavirus pandemic reminded him to "put value on things that are important and real."
Paul Feig also recalled Donald Trump's Instagram rant blasting the new version, which starred Leslie Jones and Melissa McCarthy.