The discovery of 215 children’s bodies at a former residential school has activists demanding answers from the Canadian government and Catholic Church.
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A second child’s death in a year has brought attention back to the glaring neglect from the U.S. and the island’s government.
Despite the negativity surrounding the AAPI community in the past year. More conversations about mental health are and will continue to happen.
A ruling is expected soon in the first Transfemicide case before the Inter-American Court.
The TEAACH Act passed the state’s Senate on May 25, and now heads back to its House for final confirmation.
The uptick in incidents has created more of a burden, but also brought out necessary conversations on the subject.
The groups have pointed back to a February report they released, detailing a way back for accessible, affordable housing in New York City.
The process wasn’t perfect, but it reignited the conversation about lack of BIPOC reporters in government.
Clarke will now be in charge of investigating abuses of police force, and enforcing voting rights laws along with federal bans on discrimination.
The House passed the sweeping bill that would combat racial discrimination and excessive force in the police force, but it hasn’t passed the Senate.
The funds, which were announced on Monday, May 24, come out of the American Rescue Plan Act.
La comisionada de policía de Filadelfia, Danielle Outlaw, lideró el departamento de policía de la ciudad durante la pandemia, y seguirá haciéndolo.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw led the city’s police department into the pandemic, and she will lead it out.
The founder of the Philadelphia Black Doctor’s COVID-19 Consortium has been the leader the city couldn’t provide during the pandemic.
Santiago announced his campaign on Feb. 23, and recently got an endorsement from Latino Victory Fund.
Beto O’Rourke is considering a run for Texas Governor after two failed campaigns.
Khalif Mujahid-Ali funds his community youth initiative out of his own pocket, and has big dreams for its future in Philly and beyond.
Mental health conversations are still largely taboo conversations in Asian-American households.
There is a significant shortage of BIPOC teachers in schools across America.
Photographer and producer Lena Abujbara spoke to AL DÍA about her experience on the platform ever since she started spreading posts about the current situation.
The two previous buyback events in January and February of 2021 got more than 400 guns off the street. It’s now back to trade more for groceries.
ICE will stop detaining immigrants at two county jails under federal investigation — in Georgia and Massachusetts.
While centered on the recent uptick of Asian-American hate crimes, the project launched on May 6 showcases historical instances of solidarity across all races.
El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele and some of his allies were named in a recent State Department report on drug trafficking and corruption.
Another lawsuit is being brought forth by another diverse coalition of organizations, including UnidosUS, Hispanic Federation, and Poder Latinx, among others.