A 1985 Portland protest seen in new film Arresting Power has the same message as protests today.
While millions of Americans have recently turned out in the streets to protest racial bias in policing, some activists have been busily documenting those protests. Over the past four years, the three women team of co-directors behind new documentaryArresting Power: Resisting Police Violence in Portland put together an 84-minute film that feels like an oral history of police brutality in one city.
Ever wanted a women-centric history book to hand to a kid? This March, publisher City Lights/Sister Spit is releasing an exciting new book that tells the stories of 26 important American women, one for each letter of the alphabet.
With 20 seconds left in the NFL season, multiple players got into a brawl on the field. The last few seconds of the Super Bowl were a sadly fitting end to a messy season that began with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell scrambling to react to the video of then-Ravens running back Ray Rice hitting his fiance.