Derek Canavaggio ran the numbers and decided it wasn’t worth reopening the bar he manages in Athens, Georgia, according to The Atlantic.  

In America, this is what it has come to: Health workers in scrubs standing in a crosswalk, blocking carloads of social-distance protesters. Hundreds of people gathered in Denver and elsewhere over the weekend, protesting the infringement on their rights—and underscoring…

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets this weekend ahead of today’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.  

Medical professionals in Hong Kong are secretly treating hundreds of anti-government protestors, helping them avoid public hospitals where they fear arrest. Government hospital medics helped found and run the Hidden Clinic. Injured protestors send the…

Protests have erupted after a fire yesterday in Greece’s infamous, overcrowded Moria refugee camp killed at least 1 woman and possibly her child, BBC reports.     The Lesbos camp only has capacity for 3,000 people, but houses more than 12,000.   The UN urged Greece to…

Today, students from New Delhi to New York are gathering for the largest global climate protests to date, AFP reports.  

Alabama is among 9 states to recently pass super-restrictive abortion laws. While for now abortions are still legal before 20 weeks, they aren’t easy to come by and face relentless, sometimes violent opposition. Clinics offering abortions in the South and the Midwest fell…

As India faces its worst water crisis ever, at least 550 people were arrested after protestors took to the streets this week wielding empty water containers, CNN reported.

Opposing mining operations in South Africa brings heavy consequences, according to a Human Rights Watch report. While some attacks on activists make international headlines, many go unreported. In protesting mining activities that they believe dismantle their communities,…

WASHINGTON, D.C. – They held hands. They had to. The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School held on to their fathers and mothers, their sisters and brothers and each other as they threaded their way through the hundreds of thousands of people that they convened…