The legend is back on the big screen. Netflix has premiered a documentary on the life of Walter Mercado, who we sat with just a few months before his passing. Here is what he told us about his life and legacy.
They make for strange friends, but Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and U.S. President Donald Trump had nothing but nice things to say about each during a meeting today in Washington, D.C.
For Independence Day, a group of 80 artists are calling for an end of migrant facilities across the country. Their collaborative work, In Plain Sight, draws attention from these shelters to the skies with a unique art perspective.
The rising price of meat during the coronavirus pandemic has pushed some consumers to buy meat alternatives. With the July Fourth holiday ahead, we give you an inside look at how one company is making a meatless burger they claim is just as meaty and juicy as what you would expect at any BBQ.
Musician Jessie Reyez is bearing witness to a revolution and releasing new work that reflects her belief that to create a just future, we must know our past.
Danish artist and former rapper Thomas Dambo constructs gigantic trolls out of recycled and repurposed wood and displays them around the world. His goal is to help people reconnect with the natural world while inspiring them to think of trash as a resource.
As demonstrations against racism and police violence enter their second month, many are wondering what America should look like after the protests. Delrish Moss, the Ex-Chief of Police in Ferguson, Missouri, is a law enforcement veteran who says the protests can serve as a lesson to police.
It’s a date you most likely did not learn about in school. Today across the United States, Black communities are celebrating Juneteenth. The holiday commemorates the day enslaved people in Texas learned about their freedom, almost two and a half years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
The Supreme Court today ruled against the Trump administration’s bid to end DACA, calling the president’s effort to terminate the program “arbitrary” and “capricious.” The SCOTUS decision is not the last word on the legality of DACA; the Trump administration could try again to eliminate the program in a different way in the months ahead. But for now, the Supreme Court ruling is being celebrated as a long-awaited victory for DREAMers and an important day for justice in America.
The Supreme Court has ruled for the Dreamers and against the Trump administration’s bid to end legal protections for young immigrants. We hear from some of those #DACA recipients on what this decision means to them and the future of the country.