Protesters march in Atlanta on Friday, to protest police shootings of Keith Lamont and Terrence Crutcher
Amy Goodman, an award-winning journalist for Democracy Now!, faces a trespassing charge after reporting on security using dogs against Indian protesters.
Dramatic photos capture the moment dogs were used against Native Americans protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. The company says security personnel and dogs were injured.
Native American protesters are trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline’s construction, leading to dramatic videos and photos of dogs being used against protesters.
August 28 is Go Topless Day, a day meant to support a woman’s right to go bare-chested, just like men. Events are being held in 57 cities around the world.
See many more photos of Ieshia Evans, the Baton Rouge protester who was captured in what many are calling an iconic, legendary image.
Ieshia Evans stood down two police officers with body armor in Baton Rouge and is fast becoming a photographic icon.
Protests broke out at Berkeley High School after a racist message threatening African Americans was found on a library computer.
A citywide curfew went into effect in Baltimore after rioting over the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, but many people did not clear the streets.
A video allegedly showing a young student protester shot dead in the Venezuelan city of San Cristobal, Tachira amid protests has leaked online. Warning: graphic.
Protesters have taken over New York City over the decision in the case of Eric Garner’s death. Have a look at the craziest photos from the protests.
Students in Hong Kong have taken to the streets to protest communist Beijing government. They have been joined by the Occupy movement and have been met by police.
Tear gas, rubber bullets and riots as irate residents protest the police shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown.
Police in Sao Paulo, Brazil, used tear gas, rubber bullets and pepper spray to disperse protests on day one of the 2014 World Cup. See the brutal photos here.
Protestors have taken to the streets of Brazil to protest World Cup spending, government corruption, and poor infrastructure.