Since Mike Brown’s death America has witnessed the biggest movement for civil rights in a generation, but how much has it achieved? We spoke to race and policing expert Joe Feagin to find out more.
On the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima attack, we collect powerful artwork that forces us to rethink living under the shadow of nuclear weapons.
Patterson’s Outside In retrospective at Howl Arts bridges back to the grassroots creativity of pre-gentrification NYC.
Documentary Shield and Spear reveals the limits to freedom of expression in South Africa today and introduces the "Rainbow Generation" driving an exciting new wave of creativity.
From Athens to Andalucia, growing numbers of Europeans are taking a stand against austerity. Here’s what we learned from the hundreds of thousands who took to the streets on Saturday to protest the new UK government’s policy of cuts and privatisations.
A resurgent Conservative government in power has a new generation looking for its sound of opposition. Who will take on the role the Smiths, the Clash and Billy Bragg played in the Thatcher era?
Ireland's LGBT community are locked in a fierce battle with the religious right over the forthcoming equality referendum on May 22. Here's everything you need to know.
Huck asks US police brutality experts if victims will ever get justice and what needs to change to end the violence.
"People's Republic of Amnesia" author Louisa Lim on Umbrella Man and Tank Man and how the spirit of Tiananmen Square has influenced the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests.
Musician and activist Billy Bragg returns to his childhood streets of Barking, Essex.
Amir Amirani's incredible documentary We Are Many looks at the events and repercussions of the global anti-Iraq war protests in 2003.