Viewfinder: Protesters Warn of Insect Population Decline
An activist dressed as a bumblebee protests for better conditions for insects on June 19th, 2019, in Berlin, Germany.
Viewfinder: Activists Rally in San Francisco in Support of Protections for Asylum Seekers
A protester holds a sign during a demonstration outside of the James R. Browning United States Courthouse on June 11th, 2019, in San Francisco, California.
Viewfinder: Thousands Rally at a Youth Climate March in Brussels
Youth protest during the seventh annual Brussels youth climate march on February 21st, 2019, in Brussels, Belgium.
Viewfinder: Commemorating the Violent End of Ukraine's Revolution
An activist pays tribute at a memorial for the more than 100 Maidan activists who were killed during the 2014 Ukranian revolution, at a memorial event near Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, on February 20th, 2019.
Viewfinder: Unrest in Argentina Over the G20 Summit
Demonstrators protest against the upcoming G20 summit in Leon Kolbowsky Stadium on November 27th, 2018, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Viewfinder: Climate Activists and Police Clash in Westminster
A climate activist is arrested after spray-painting on the gates outside the Houses of Parliament on November 14th, 2018, in London, England.
Inauguration Day Trials Continue to Threaten Activists Across the Country
The ongoing cases against the J20 defendants represent a dangerous precedent for future social justice movements: guilt by association.
To Combat Gentrification in Mexico City, Two Artists Invented a Patron Saint
Sandra Valenzuela and Jorge Baca created Santa Mari La Juaricua to bring attention to communities in the Mexican capital displaced by the influx of wealthier populations.
The Deadliest Year for Environmental and Indigenous Activists Yet
At least 200 people were killed in 24 countries last year in retaliation for standing up to environmentally destructive industrial projects.
How Organized Minorities Defeat Disorganized Majorities
The whole idea of a democracy is that the majority is generally supposed to get its way. But time and again, it’s not the majority but a potent minority that drives—or prevents—progress.