🦄 Eco, Investigative

ESKOM and the South African Energy Crises

Durban, SA – Since 2007, South Africa has experienced innumerable rolling blackouts and power outages due to the South African Energy Crises. Recurring utility disruptions have had tremendous financial, social and political impact on a country struggling to find ways to keep up with ever-increasing…

🦄 Arts & Culture, Racism

Indigenous Elder Speaks on the Reality of Thanksgiving

Minneapolis, MN – Thanksgiving Day is framed as a time to connect with family, yet the roots of the holiday come from the massacres of Indigenous people in the U.S.

We sat down with Wanbli Máyašleča, an artist, healer, teacher, and Native American elder to…

🦄 Direct Action, Racism
image: state troopers with weapons stand between community members and the statue of Christopher Columbus which was toppled from its pedestal on the grounds of the Minnesota State Capitol on June 10, 2020. The statue is face-down on the ground. Straps are wrapped around the statue – it is about to be hoisted into the air and then placed on a flat-bed truck for removal.

Christopher Columbus Statue Toppled in Saint Paul

Saint Paul, MN – Joining a new nationwide cleanse of racist monuments, the Christoper Columbus statue at Minnesota’s Capitol building is one of the latest to be torn down.

On Wednesday evening over a hundred people came to take part in toppling a statue of…

🦄 Labor

Longtime Denver Community Residents Boycott ink! Coffee

Denver, CO – On Saturday, November 25, 2017, over 200 people rallied outside of ink! Coffee shop on Larimer Street in downtown Denver to show their opposition to the shop’s recent advertising displays.
Unicorn Riot provided live coverage of the community responses to the incidents…