Social Justice

Jordan Steffy of LaPorte, Indiana said the classroom fight was a breaking point. But he wants supporters to direct their anger elsewhere.
The Democratic congresswoman from Massachusetts proposed legislation to decriminalize the sex trade as part of her "People’s Justice Guarantee" package.
The social media giant removed billions of fake accounts this year, but still faces criticism over its role in the 2020 presidential election.
People can visit Santa Claus at Harrods -- but for a hefty price.
Reed's inauguration is historic in the majority-Black city’s 200-year history.
Greg Johnson was detained before he had to give a speech at a far-right conference over fears that his hate speech could spark violence.
The program currently protects 660,000 immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and are here illegally.
Archbishop José Gómez is an immigrant from Mexico and a strong advocate of a welcoming policy towards undocumented immigrants.
The U.S. government has acknowledged that being held in detention can be traumatic for children.
Chesa Boudin, whose parents spent decades in prison, won despite his opponent Suzy Loftus being appointed interim DA weeks before the election.
HuffPost analyzed 800 hate incidents from the last four years that are all linked by the same racist phrase. Here’s what we found.
Amid a spike in hate crimes, Brits reveal what it’s like to be told to leave the country.
There is a belief, popularized by Trump and his supporters, that people like me are here to steal American jobs.
ICE said it wouldn't leave children without a parent, but it looks like U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst has a different plan.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's plan to pay for a health care program by passing comprehensive immigration reform didn't excite a bipartisan group of lawmakers who helped pass the last major immigration bill in the Senate.
Clifton Blackwell allegedly threw acid in Mahud Villalaz's face after telling the U.S. citizen to go back to his country.
The West Point grad, who defeated the incumbent in the Democratic primary, wants to get away from tough-on-crime policies.
"Let’s create a new normal," the director tweeted about her upcoming OWN series, which achieved full gender parity.
The clerk demanded Jose Guzman Payano's "visa" after he showed her his American-issued driver's license.
"It’s because the president’s talking about it on a daily basis that people feel they have a license to go after Hispanic people," said Tom Barrett.