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The fight for fundamental rights cannot be siloed. Black organizers understood that in 2011 but were ignored—this time, we must listen to them.
Why is it always the responsibility of oppressed people to reach out to their oppressors?
The lawsuit highlights how the attacks on abortion rights in Georgia will hit Black women the hardest.
Firing off some tweets, circulating petitions, giving speeches, and raising awareness about various issues is a perfectly admirable and safe endeavor. But if you really want to help LGBTQ people, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, and everyone who lives in the intersections of those identities, we need you to do more.
Justice Sotomayor's dissent puts into perspective just how much is at stake with the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to safeguard voting rights.
Justice Thomas' concurring opinion in Collins v. Virginia makes clear that he is living in a fantasy of his own creation—not the reality where Black people are routinely stripped of their Fourth Amendment rights.
The Protect and Serve Act would serve to further criminalize already overpoliced communities.
The rule outlaws intentional racial discrimination, of course; such a thing is already unconstitutional. But it also outlaws peremptory challenges based on “implicit, institutional, and unconscious” race and ethnic biases.
The prosecution labeled the white prospective jurors as “W” and the Black prospective jurors as “N” and singled out the Black prospective jurors by marking dots in the margins next to their names.
White supremacy and misogyny are a rot in the Trump administration, and that rot is spreading.
There are still over 311,000 women in Alabama who continue to lack reasonable access to contraception.