"The climate crisis affects more than California, and the actions we take today will determine the world our children and grandchildren will live in tomorrow."
Don Blankenship, the accused coal criminal and former CEO of Massey's Upper Big Branch Mine, may finally face justice.
At City Hall the voice of the people, and the engagement of the public, is often an afterthought: We need to get our priorities straight.
The family of Tamir Rice, 12-year-old Black child shot by police last November, and their attorneys denounced the nearly one-year delay in charging officers responsible.
The accused coal criminal, Don Blankenship, may finally face justice this coming month.
The development of the #BlackLivesMatter movement was given intense attention from many different perspectives.
Labor has joined faith and civic organizations to ensure that Pope Francis' message on inclusion, solidarity and equality is amplified during his visit to the U.S. during the third week of September.
The marchers carried placards with the names and faces of the most recent victims of police brutality as family members marched at the front.
The game "Never Alone" was developed with participation of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, a group that works with indigenous Alaskans living in city settings.
Over 300 community members marched from the campus to the site of the fatal shooting death of Samuel Dubose to demand the release of police body camera footage of the incident.