Activists marched in lower Manhattan to support and demand justice for Anna Chambers, a young woman who was raped while in handcuffs by two NYPD officers.
While President Trump visited hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, New Yorkers gathered to protest his administration’s response and a history of U.S. abuse.
A coalition of grassroots groups took to the streets on Friday to alert their neighbors and warn local politicians against selling out the Bronx.
Relatives of those arrested demanded an end to NYPD raids in public housing developments and freedom for those in jail at a rally and march on April 27.
A coalition of anti-racist and anti-police groups held a city-wide action, swiping people onto the subway and buses, to protest Broken Windows policing.
The same activists who fought NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton say they’re ready to continue the fight against his discriminatory practices and his successor.
Do the occupations by Black Lives Matter across the country represent an advancement for the movement or the need for newer, more disruptive tactics?
Dozens marched through the Bronx and Harlem to commemorate the life of Alex Nieto, two years after he was killed by San Francisco police.
Protesters in Bushwick, Brooklyn demonstrated against gentrification outside a lot set to be turned into luxury apartments.
Protesters rallied in New York City to demand that the Rikers Island jail complex be shuttered and the money reinvested in the community.