When Will Chris Brown’s Reckoning Come?

Musician Chris Brown recently announced he will be headlining a residency in Las Vegas starting on June 11. A residency on the Vegas Strip is a mark of honor shared by music icons Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Shania Twain, Britney Spears and others.

For over a decade, Brown has been dodging accusations of physical and sexual violence against women. This timeline of Chris Brown’s mistreatment of women will leave you wondering: In the age of #MeToo and #SurvivingRKelly, where is Chris Brown’s reckoning?

Cosplaying Oppression: Hollywood’s History of Excluding Autistic People From Their Own Stories

Disabled people, especially autistic people, continue to face a lack of true and respectful representation from the mainstream media.

“We’ve progressed with other minority groups. With disability, the representation is still woefully inadequate, and we think that’s based on a stigma that’s prevalent in society and also in Hollywood.”

War on Women Report: Trump Calls Fallen Soldiers “Losers,” “Suckers”

The War on Women is in full force under the Trump administration—and each week, we publish a day-by-day account of it. We refuse to go back, and we refuse to let the administration quietly dismantle the progress we’ve made. We are watching.

And OH what a week it’s been…

This week: Trump’s patronizing comments about fallen U.S. soldiers.; Trump ends federal agencies’ anti-racism trainings; Cohen calls Trump a racist, “sordid, mob-like figure”; Trump uses the DOJ (and taxpayer money) to fight E. Jean Carroll’s defamation case; and Trump admits to criminal negligence on tape.