Tamika Mallory, the co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, says that she was kicked off an American Airlines flight on her way back home to New York from Miami after a pilot got involved in a seat dispute that she had taken up with a gate agent.
What better way to cap off a really immeasurably frightening week than with the first episode of Jezebel’s new politics podcast Big Time Dicks?
A black Washington, D.C., waitress received a pleasant surprise Monday while working her usual shift at Busboys and Poets, a Washington restaurant that has its own distinct social-justice mission, the Washington Post reports.
They came. They saw. They marched. Did you?
Angela Peoples did not come to the Women’s March on Washington to play. The 30-year-old co-director of the LGBTQ equality organization GetEqual came to Saturday’s massive protest against Donald Trump to tell the truth. Marching in a sea of white women, Peoples wore a hat that read, “Stop Killing Black People,” and…
Singer-actress Janelle Monáe said a prayer with her fellow performers before taking the stage to raucous cheers at Saturday’s Women’s March, which drew a gargantuan crowd that packed the National Mall from the streets east of the U.S. Capitol all the way west past 17th Street.
Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday was marked by spirited protests by those who still feel that Trump is #NotMyPresident.