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She died fighting for justice. Let this queer, black feminist inspire you to act.

On March 14, 2018, the world was stunned by heartbreaking news about a tireless feminist activist.       Photo by Mídia Ninja,…
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Parkland kids are changing America. Here are the black teens who helped pave their way.

Illustration by Tatiana Cardenas/Upworthy. As thousands across the nation prepare to take to the streets on March 24, 2018, for The March for…
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This waitress was just quietly doing the right thing. A viral pic rewarded her in the best way.

Evoni Williams says she was just doing her job. But what she did made a lot of people take notice. 78-year-old diner Adrien…
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How the U.S. put an end to plane hijacking and why gun reform advocates should take note.

Image by Tatiana Cardenas/Upworthy. As thousands across the nation prepare to take to the streets on March 24, 2018, for The March for…
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If Trump reverses this one law, disabled Americans will lose their civil rights.

In 1990, President George H.W. Bush passed the Americans with Disabilities Act — a law put into place to ensure the equal rights…
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Constance Wu kept it real about the need for diverse stories in Hollywood.

Some of Hollywood's brightest stars joined forces not for awards, premieres, or accolades, but for a bigger cause —empowering women. On Tuesday, Feb.…
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Dan Rather’s gut-wrenching reaction to the Florida school shooting is a must-read.

From Watergrate to world wars, revered journalist Dan Rather has seen a lot of injustice in his day. Still, certain senseless tragedies can…
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7 ways to be a better ally in 2018.

Hey there, fellow white person. Our demographic does not have a great track record these days. I used to defend the white racists…
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Here are a few common questions about Asians you should never, ever ask.

In an era of second- and even third-generation immigrant families in the U.S., it keeps surprising me how some people are still stuck…
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Loneliness is killing millions of American men. Heres why.

When I was 7, my best friend’s name was George. He lived around the corner from me. George was tall and lanky. His…
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