Equality advocate Ash Beckham explains why she’s a chronic over-sharer.

Investigative journalist Will Potter shares useful resources for anyone looking to find out more about “ag-gag laws,” legislation that seeks to criminalize people for exposing animal cruelty.

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American lawmakers are becoming ever-more Kafkaesque in their contorted attempts to reassure us that they’re working in our best interests while suppressing, cajoling and outright bullying those who might hold a different point of view. That’s why people like journalist Will Potter matter more than ever.

A group of Brazilian hackers affiliated with Anonymous plans to join the escalating protests leading up to the World Cup this week. As they criticize government spending and inequality, they also shine light on the power of online protests.

One Yellow Chick Surrounded by Staring White Chicks

In her TED Talk, “I’m not your inspiration, thank you very much,” comedian and disability advocate Stella Young explains why “inspiration porn” is such a downer. For Emily McManus, she brought to mind two other TED speakers, and a useful insight.

PIne Ridge Indian Reservation

Aaron Huey didn’t mean to become an advocate for Native American treaty rights. Yet a 2005 assignment to photograph Lakota tribe members in the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota changed all that. He tells us what happened next.