These anonymous activists are publicly calling out companies funding bigotry by advertising on Breitbart, using the power of social media to force change.
Inspired by Trump's misogyny, Laura Jones and Heather McDaid decided to start a grassroots literary revolution – and their first book is about to drop a bomb.
Deep inside airport terminals across the United States, immigration attorneys have been working tirelessly to fight for those worst hit by Trump's Muslim #travelban. Fiona McEntee is one of them.
Throwing eggs at Nigel Farage might not be the pinnacle of political activism, but inaction and excuses are a whole lot more dangerous.
Mostafa Rajaai's family are being kept apart by the Muslim travel ban, but he argues the rest of us have sat and watched Islamophobia and prejudice rage on in silence.
The older demographic might have voted for Brexit, and more than half ticked the box for Trump, but there are still plenty of over-50's fighting fascism.
At a time when freedom of thought is under attack, and science is on the back foot, this punk-turned-professor shares some much-needed words of wisdom.
Obama had Beyoncé, Stevie Wonder and Usher. Donald Trump has 3 Doors Down, an Alabama college marching band and a big old Mormon Choir.
Photographer Brendan Hoffman will distribute a new zine for free at Donald Trump’s inauguration this Friday. It focuses on Webster City, Iowa; a town still attempting to find it’s place in an ever-changing America.
Gregory Alan Isakov might be touring the world with his band, but back at home in Colorado his four-and-a-half-acre farm is a sustainable nirvana.
The world right now feels like a dangerous place, so we take to social media and find voices we agree with. But how is this changing the way we see society?
After a week on the ground in Atlanta, trying to work out how 2016's election ended with Trump as President-elect, Huck's News Editor Michael Segalov heads back to the United Kingdom.