social justice

April 18, 2023

Santiago Mayer: Mobilizing The Political Power of Gen Z

Santiago Mayer is a 21-year-old political activist who immigrated to the United States from Mexico in 2017. Inspired by global politics and the Muslim Ban, Mayer began speaking out on Twitter and has become a prominent figure in the world of Gen Z activism. He founded Voters of Tomorrow, an organization aimed at educating and engaging young people and ensuring that they are politically represented. Despite facing challenges and criticism for his age, Mayer remains committed to his cause and the next generation of youth activists. But what drives the passion of this young leader to make a difference in politics today?

November 15, 2022

Ben & Jerry’s Sues Unilever Over the Sale of Ice Cream in the Occupied West Bank

(LOS ANGELES) – Ben & Jerry’s has filed suit against its parent company Unilever, for the latter’s decision to sell […]

July 12, 2022

Opinion: Abortion Limits Echo Anxieties About Civil Rights and Slavery

For Black women, the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade threatens to upend a hard-fought battle for equality.

November 12, 2021

Blue in the Face: How Trudeau’s “Blackface” Scandals Impacts Canadian Minorities

"People that aren't visible minorities will never know what it is to be a visible minority."

Woman in green dress and blue hair posing in front of red flowers

November 7, 2021

‘I Educated Myself to Educate My Community’

In an interview, Hodge talks about the importance of educating networks and the promotion of social justice within communities to create an equally social, political and economic environment for all.