Trump's Military Ban On Transgender Troops Is Back In Effect — But The Fight Isn't Over

'This is going to be the generation that looks back on LGBTQ+ and specifically transgender rights and will have to account for what they’ve done.'

What We Know About The Bombings In Sri Lanka — And How To Help

At least 310 people were killed on Easter Sunday

The Fight Against Climate Change Needs To Address Environmental Racism

'If you're contributing less to the problem, why do you have to suffer more from it?'

How We Talk About Columbine Matters As Much Today As It Did Then

'I wasn't even born when Columbine happened, but I've grown up still feeling all the effects of the aftermath'

Columbine Community Responds To Threat On Denver Schools: "I Will Never Accept This As Normal"

'This should be our time to reflect and remember the lives that were taken from us.'

Notre Dame Cathedral Evacuated Amidst Catastrophic Fire

The exact cause of the fire is not yet known

How To Help The 3 Black Churches Targeted By Arsonist In Louisiana

A reverend at one church said 'We can't let this setback stop us from doing what God initially called us to do'

Planned Parenthood President: Healthcare Is A Human Right — Sexual Healthcare Is Part Of That

Dr. Leana Wen explains why getting tested should be accessible to everyone, not just those who can afford it

Planned Parenthood Calls Out Trump Administration’s Title X Change: “[It's] A Tool Of Oppression”

'This is one more attack to take away health care from people who already face the greatest barriers to care.'

Angela Davis Knows “It’s Time For Younger Generations To Take The Lead”

'Students should be in the forefront of radical struggles. Students have always played major roles in revolution.'

Enthusiastic Consent Is Changing How We Have Sex

'The best tool we have is our words. Keep it sexy and keep it clear.'

Climate Change Is Affecting The Decision To Have Kids, Too

As if the decision to have kids weren’t complicated and personal enough, now we have to think about the possible, and very literal, end of the world too

We Should Be Talking About Suicide — Here's How to Do It Correctly

'Young people should be able to talk about their feelings and the things that they have going on in their lives'

Jussie Smollett Cleared Of Charges: Everything You Need To Know

The actor was previously indicted on on 16 felony counts of disorderly conduct connected to falsifying a police report

The Hidden Damage Of Active Shooter Drills In Schools

No matter how organized or safe the drill, they still feel real to students

17-Year-Old Arrested In Connection To Racist Threat Against Charlottesville Minority Students

Students did not attend school for two days while authorities investigated the post

One Year Ago, They Marched For Their Lives. Here’s What Happened Next

'There is so much more that must be done on these issues. To stop now would be unthinkable.'

Why I Won't Let Everyday Bigotry Stop Me From Observing Hijab

It's time to stand up against it at every level

How To Help Survivors And Those Affected By The New Zealand Mosque Attack

From donating blood to being a better ally, here's how you can assist.

At Least 49 People Killed At Mosque Attack In New Zealand

Four people are currently in police custody

Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman Among Parents Caught In $25 Million College Admissions Scandal

200 FBI agents worked on the case

These Artists Created Their Own Ice Box To Protest Border Detention Facilities

The hielera at SXSW features a recording of a migrant girl detailing her experience

From 1994 to 2019: A Timeline Of The Allegations Against R. Kelly

What to know about the claims the singer has dodged for decades

The Jussie Smollett Story Doesn't Change The Dangerous Reality Of Being Black and LGBTQ+

"I don’t believe that Smollett made life harder for Black LGBTQ+ people. Life is already hard for us."