From families in Philly to protests in Ferguson, sweat shops in Calcutta to head trips in Haight-Ashbury – our picks for the year's best, boldest docs
How America's new generation of civil rights activists is mobilizing in the age of Trump
Protests erupted after former police officer Jason Stockley was acquitted for murder in the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith
'Washington Post' reporter Wesley Lowery penned the book in 2016; writer LaToya Morgan will adapt it for the screen
Powerful you-are-there portrait of how a community raged in the aftermath of tragedy – and reacted with activism – could not be more vital
Filthy Friends is Peter Buck and Corin Tucker's new bluesy, guitar-driven rock band
Hosts of 'Undisclosed' podcast discuss the death, investigation and trials that shocked Baltimore
From 'Birth of a Nation' to James Baldwin, 'Lemonade' to 'Moonlight' – this was the year racial repression and representation became a major theme
"I don't feel connected to a damn thing that ain't got nothin' to do with me," rapper says. "If you do, you crazy as shit"
As the Black Lives Matter movement reaches a boiling point, artists face a difficult question: How should they respond?
"I immediately feared for my life," says Mark Hughes, the man misidentified as a Dallas shooting suspect last week
Actors, musicians, comedians and public figures team up to support the We Are Here Movement
From Beyoncé to Blood Orange, hear how musicians have added their voices to the growing movement
Group "deeply sorry for the disrespectful and misguided lack of judgment by one member of the group acting as a 'lone wolf'" during "O Canada"
Ieshia Evans, one of 102 protestors arrested Saturday in Baton Rouge, was reportedly charged with obstructing a highway