Impact
ByRay Levy Uyeda

This is what it means to decolonize climate policy

The organizers of Indigenous Climate Action are tired of proposed solutions that don’t actually solve anything.

Culture
ByJohn Saward

The world is burning, but at least we have the California Landscapes Bot

It is a small good thing in a stupid, bad world.

Hits Different
ByNaureen Khan

Forty years later, we're still far from the workplace revolution of ‘9 to 5’

The film turned the drive for workers' rights into a farce. But the real takeaway is how revolutionary its workplace vision really was.

Race
ByGeorge M. Johnson

I wrote a book about Black queer joy and pain. It's already been banned in 10 states

My fight is one of tradition, not of chance.

The Good Ones

The Good Ones

The Good Ones

The Good Ones

Perfume Genius has always been the king of queer pop

For nearly a decade, Mike Hadreas has been unapologetically himself during an era of LGBTQ progress.

Kendrick Sampson is just as skeptical about celebrity activists as you are

The Insecure actor isn't ready to rest.

Davido used his celebrity to give Nigeria hope

When his song became the anthem of the #ENDSars movement, the artist didn't back down from the political moment.

Natasha Rothwell is punching up

The writer, actor, director, and comedian wants to use comedy as a force for good.

Honk if you won’t hate crime Jenny Yang!

The labor organizer turned standup comedian is here to destroy “fried-rice comedy” once and for all.

'Tis the season for triggering comments about food and weight

How to navigate harmful diet talk during the holidays.

Maxine McCrann

Slacker’s Syllabus

Slacker’s Syllabus

Slacker’s Syllabus

Slacker’s Syllabus

Slacker’s Syllabus: The BDS Movement

Slacker’s Syllabus: Redlining

Slacker’s Syllabus: Gerrymandering

Slacker’s Syllabus: Let’s Go Brandon

Slacker’s Syllabus: Pronouns

Slacker’s Syllabus: The Land Back Movement

Slacker’s Syllabus: What Indigenous Peoples’ Day is really all about

Slacker’s Syllabus: How to have mindful sex

Nothing But The Hits

Nothing But The Hits

Nothing But The Hits

Nothing But The Hits

2024

The year breakdancers head to the Olympics

The 9 best Black podcasts that will get you laughing, thinking, and thriving

The must-listen shows that’ll get your life right.

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The future of the Black rodeo

“There were always Black cowboys.”

“I can’t f**king believe the president did this! What a s**thead!”

You, before you read this article

“We cannot rely on others to keep us safe.”

Torrie O'Neil, a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Inside the TikTok trend shaming corporations for destroying perfectly good stuff

How to save your skin from climate change

After the coronavirus pandemic, cities will never be the same

What we found in the midst of a pandemic could change our lives forever.

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Athletes are the future of the labor movement

We’re not used to seeing athletes as workers. That’s quickly changing.

Maxine McCrann

What would a meat-free world look like?

Spending guilt is real for BIPOC — even if we've got money

Lil Nas X’s ‘Montero’ is a vulnerable guidebook on self-acceptance

How to keep people's attention in a meeting, according to kindergarten teachers

25M

The number of U.S. residents who speak English "less than very well."

Source: Census Bureau

The skyscrapers of the future will be made of wood

When the pandemic ends, youth will undoubtedly be permanently changed by it, but it doesn't necessarily have to be for the worse.

Prince's 'Diamonds and Pearls' laid a daring blueprint for Black musicians

Culture
ByAndy Crump

'Flee' is a candid documentary that uses animation to tell an Afghan refugee's harrowing story

Creator Jonas Poher Rasmussen talks to Mic about the power of the film's unconventional style.

Culture

‘BoJack Horseman' creator calls out Netflix for its Chappelle double standard

Impact

This is what an abortion “sanctuary” state would look like

Culture

The world is burning, but at least we have the California Landscapes Bot

Culture

'Drag Race' star Sharon Needles accused of "terrorizing" a 15-year-old super fan

The Pandemic

Apparently, the pandemic didn’t teach us anything about how to handle a pandemic

Impact

For years, your information was being sold to ICE by utility companies

Impact

Slacker’s Syllabus: Garment Workers’ Rights

Gender

The emotional rollercoaster of passing as cis-het

Impact

Fox News’s Christmas tree burned down, and then things got weird

Slacker's Syllabus

Slacker’s Syllabus: Fake Meat

Impact

Pressure is mounting on Biden to cancel student loans

Impact

Elon Musk, king of government subsidies, is suddenly worried about them

Culture

Drake's petty Grammys protest could start a movement

Drugs

Sorry, but weed may be messing up your sleep schedule

Culture

Olivia Rodrigo has made the DMV the hottest concert venue