In Philadelphia, grassroots operations in communities of colour helped Biden secure the presidency. Now, they're determined to ensure the next four years bring real change.
Last week, San Francisco residents cast their ballots in a most unusual location. Huck spoke to some of them to find out why this year was a moment to vote like your life depended on it.
A new documentary explores the fallout of the infamous school shooting, following the affected students as they become both activists and celebrities.
Palestinians getting screwed? Who'd have guessed...
Separating Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook is impossible, and a look at the company's history should make all of us worried about the prospect of a President Zuck.
Demonstrators have been gathering in New York after the president declared that ‘both sides were to blame’ for last weekend’s Charlottesville tragedy.
Director Raoul Peck spent 10 years making a posthumous collaboration with his hero: writer and activist James Baldwin. The results are astonishing.
Magnum photographer Peter van Agtmael was just 24 when he headed off to cover conflict, opening his eyes to the world. Now he's turning his gaze on life in the USA's little-seen margins.
Eight years ago, on the eve of Obama's election, we asked five of our American counter-cultural heroes to tell us their hopes and fears for the future if the U.S. was really to elect its first black President. America delivered, but did Barack?
Chicago band Twin Peaks may be known as party bros who make chill sounds but, off record, they pack some serious political bite about a country in flux.
A multimedia collective is using the power of creativity to protest an epidemic of violent deaths in the US.