In Amy Coney Barrett's world, people deemed “virtuous" are white, Christian, able-bodied men.
Families wouldn't need to be torn apart as they survive a pandemic, poverty, and mass incarceration.
Half a century later, these same historically white abortion rights organizations are undergoing a crisis of diversity and inclusion.
According to a filing by Justice Department attorneys in the E. Jean Carroll defamation case against President Trump, that answer is yes.
In Each of Us Killers, author Jenny Bhatt explores how gender, power, race, and class dynamics relate to the workplace through diverse characters that span the globe.