For Trans Activists, Pride is Not a Celebration

While the celebration of Pride each June is becoming increasingly mainstream, trans rights activists say the space is not as inclusive as it should be – particularly for Black queer people. Tiffany Bui reports.

Buried History Resurfaces

This week people marked the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre on a Black neighborhood, and mourned the loss of 215 Native children whose bodies were found in unmarked graves in British Columbia. Feven Gerezgiher reports.

What is Racial Reckoning: the Arc of Justice?

Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice is a journalism initiative, created by Ampers, KMOJ, and the Minnesota Humanities Center, covering the trials of the former Minneapolis police officers charged with the murder of George Floyd, the community’s response,

Minneapolis Remembers George Floyd

On the one-year anniversary of his murder by police, George Floyd was remembered in cities across the world. In Minneapolis, the city where he was killed, community members gathered to celebrate his life and reaffirm the fight for justice. Feven Gerezgihe

An Anxious Anniversary

It’s been a year since George Floyd was murdered by police. Hope for reform is offset by ongoing violence. Feven Gerezghier reports.

Art Exhibition Commemorates George Floyd’s death

Almost one year after the murder of George Floyd, art commemorating his life – and the movement that followed – was put on display at Phelps Park in Minneapolis. The art was created on plywood that was being used to board up storefronts in the days follow