Animal Rights Extremists: Terrorism or Protest?
Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) is an animal liberation group that is notorious for its large-scale actions which sometimes involve illegal tactics such as civil disobedience and trespassing.
Celebrating Thanksgiving at an Erotic Dinner Party
LUST has quickly become one of New York's most infamous nightlife events. Their annual Thanksgiving celebration is an erotic party featuring food served on naked bodies. Vice visited their Thanksgiving feast in 2016 to see how Lust celebrates.
Faking Volkswagen's Dieselgate Apology with the Yes Men
After over 20 years in prankster activism, The Yes Men turn their sights on Volkswagen- making the public "apology" from the company that they say should have happened years ago.
The Hardcore World of Deathmatch Wrestling
To New York wrestler Casanova Valentine, slamming his opponents onto tables lined with barbed wire and tackling them to the ground isn’t just fun—it’s performance art.
You Aren't Listening to Malcolm Jenkins
Most NFL players would take time off after winning a Super Bowl, but not Malcolm Jenkins. As co-founder of the Players Coalition, athletes who work against social injustices in our communities, Malcolm wants us all to stay on-topic this season.
Inside The Growing Men’s Rights Movement in India
VICE met up with the activists and founder of SIFF, a leading men's rights organization taking cues from America's men's rights activists.
Partying with Abraham Lincoln Presenters
We checked out the Association of Lincoln Presenters convention in Freeport, Illinois, to talk to the professional presenters, and ask locals how they feel about the massive gathering.
How a Father Deals with Loss After Parkland Shooting
VICE met up with Manuel Oliver, whose son was killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, to hear how he’s rededicated his life to empowering young activists to campaign against gun violence.
Inside the Two-Decade Fight to Bring Down a Confederate Monument
VICE traveled to Denton, Texas, to meet Willie Hudspeth, who's spent every Sunday for the past 20 years protesting a Confederate monument in the town square.
The Slavery Detective of the South
VICE traveled to rural Louisiana to meet Antoinette Harrell, a genealogist who tracks down cases of slavery and abusive labor practices that continued for nearly a century after the Civil War.
DIY Gunshot Treatment on Chicago’s South Side
In a city home to a staggering amount of gun violence, Ujimaa Medics is helping local kids save lives by training them to treat gunshot wounds at the scene of a shooting.
Inside a Sacred Apache Ceremony for Girls
For the Mescalero Apache Tribe, girls are not recognized as women until they have undergone the Sunrise Ceremony- an ancient, coming-of-age ceremony that lasts for four days. Last May, VICE got rare access to the ceremony for Julene Geronimo.