15 49.0138 8.38624 1 0 4000 1 http://latest-mobile-news.com 300
Category / Activism

Probably the most wonderful protest indicators from UK youngsters skipping elegance for local weather exchange

Thousands of school children in the UK are currently skipping class in favour of marching the streets in a call for world leaders to act on climate change.  Inspired by Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg, who organised her own month-long strike outside the Swedish parliament to raise awareness of climate change, kids are stepping out...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Lyft celebrates Black Historical past Month with unfastened rides

Lyft wants people to learn a thing or two about Black History on this important month so they are giving one free ride to a black history museum, memorial, relevant cultural site, or black-owned businesses in eligible communities. Read more…More about Mashable Video, Black History Month, Lyft, Social Good, and Activism
Share:

Instacart ends its shady tipping coverage, due to web backlash

Internet outrage might feel tiresome sometimes, but it can also be a force for good.  The grocery and food delivery company Instacart has changed the way it pays its gig-economy workers, according to BuzzFeed. Following the outrage and worker organizing that occurred after several reports detailed the company‘s payment structure — in which it used...CONTINUE READING
Share:

We are getting a length emoji and it is bloody good information

It’s happening. We’re definitely getting a period emoji.  Unicode has confirmed the period emoji has been given the go-ahead and will hit keyboards in spring 2019.  The blood drop emoji is the result of a campaign led by girls’ rights group Plan International UK backed by 55,000 people, which set out to smash the silence...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Jussie Smollett clears up the info of what took place when he used to be attacked

Jussie Smollett doesn’t want there to be any more confusion about what happened to him on Tuesday. The Empire star spoke openly about an attack that police believe to be a hate crime during his first performance since the incident. Smollett was reportedly assaulted on Tuesday morning by two men who lobbed homophobic and racist...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Alyssa Milano’s subsequent viral purpose: ladies’s equality

Ask Alyssa Milano what’s next for the Me Too movement, and she’ll say it’s the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, a Constitutional amendment that would grant women legal equality. The United States almost ratified the proposed amendment in 1982, but three more states needed to approve it. (Before an amendment becomes part of the...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Google’s legal professionals is probably not so down with worker activism, finally

The Google brass was totally in favor of those massive employee walkouts, right? Google CEO Sundar Pachai has said that he and the company support employee efforts to organize and improve Google; however, Bloomberg reported Thursday that Google attorneys have simultaneously advocated that a federal legal precedent protecting employees’ rights to organize over company email...CONTINUE READING
Share:

How you can care for anxious protest moments in wake of MAGA youngster war of words

The anti-abortion March for Life and the Indigenous Peoples March both took place on January 18, but all anyone remembers from either is a confrontation between a white, male teen and a Native American elder — and the viral videos that resulted.  Footage shows a group of predominately white, male teenagers donning “Make America Great...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Martin Luther King Jr. adviser on what it was once like to listen to him talk: ‘It was once spellbinding’

For Clarence Jones, legal adviser to Martin Luther King Jr. and author of What would Martin Say?, hearing the civil rights leader speak was otherworldly.  “I never heard anybody speak like that before. It was spellbinding. It was mesmerizing,” Jones says in a video reflecting on his friend’s legacy and the lessons of the non-violent...CONTINUE READING
Share:
Please wait...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Want to be notified when our article is published? Enter your email address and name below to be the first to know.