After Martin Luther King’s death, thousands descended on Washington to ‘confront the power structure.’ Photographer Jill Freedman was there to capture it.
War veteran Michael A. McCoy initially turned to photography as a way of coping with PTSD. Since then, he’s shot some of the most significant protests in US history. He shares his advice for young activists.
Only fifty members of far-right group Britain First bothered to turn up in Bromley to protest their leader's prosecution.
Petr Pavlensky, who nailed his scrotum to Moscow’s Red Square in 2013, was protesting ‘the economic system in Europe’.
Trump may still visit the United Kingdom, but after mass protests and the promise of more he will no longer get the red carpet and royal treatment.
MPs and protestors descend on Parliament to demand the legalisation of medical marijuana in Britain.
From September 27 to January 21, the New Museum will play host to Trigger – a new multimedia exhibition exploring gender’s place in contemporary culture.
After a judge ruling authorised the usage of "sexual reversion therapy" in the country earlier this week, the LGBTQ community organises to make their voices heard and say no to intolerance.
Three months after the disaster, and on the day of its official public enquiry opening, survivors and mourners make another moving call for justice.
Artist Aram Han Sifuentes is challenging right-wing extremism with her design-led, community-based project The Protest Banner Lending Library.
In Myanmar, hundreds of Rohingya people are being raped, tortured, and killed in reported military attacks. Now, London protesters are calling for intervention.
A new exhibition at the Whitney Museum of Art pulls together the most politically charged work of the last century.