Today the President reversed his family separation policy. Let's be clear: The administration's zero-tolerance
Valerie Kaur, a civil rights activist and documentary filmmaker, came to the George Washington University
I am so excited to invite you to the Revolutionary Love Conference, April 6-8 in New York City. Together we will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. King and renew our commitment to complete the dream.
Dear Friends, I'm so excited to announce that we are rolling out a campaign with the Women's March, Love Army, Our Three Winners, and many more this Valentine's Day. We are staging a cultural intervention to #reclaimlove as a public ethic and force for justice. Starting this Friday, thousands of people will gather in person and online to connect, share, and learn how to practice Revolutionary Love. Will you join us? The campaign kicks off this weekend with watch parties for my new TED talk on Revolutionary Love -- I can't wait
On Thursday, the new Chairman of the FCC Ajit Pai will hold a vote to repeal the core protections of the Open Internet Order. In the lead-up to the vote, telecom giants are championing an order that would give them more control over what happens on the Internet. On the other side of the debate is everyone else — start-ups, businesses, educators, artists, advocates, and people of all backgrounds who are defending net neutrality, the principle that keeps the Internet free of corporate control. They argue that net neutrality is