Even if the Senate rushes through this Supreme Court nominee process, we can hold them accountable. Our power to change things has been demonstrated time and time again through action.
Joe Biden will be inaugurated president on January 20, and I want to be very clear: The struggle for justice will not become suddenly smooth.
All Blog Articles
If Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed to the Supreme Court, the consequences and damage to the environment may be immediate and irreversible.
Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court this close to an election is an unprecedented and callous power grab.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, frontline workers have put their health and the health of their families in jeopardy to meet the needs of others.
Webinar Recap: Examining Black Women’s Health at the Intersection of HIV, IPV, and the Criminal Legal System
In Missouri, people living with HIV are subject to prosecution under an HIV statute that was created out of fear and bigotry in the 1980s when less was known about the virus.
This installment is an interview with Karo Więckiewicz, an artist and activist from Warsaw, Poland.
Doctors are supposed to “do no harm” and inform patients of all their options, not provide them with coercive, false information.
This Pride month, I encourage you to honor the movement’s history of direct action, and remember that you can still protest from home. While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has cancelled and postponed Pride events around the world, there are still many ways to take action this month.
Instead of making valid points about the consequences of fetal personhood laws, the Times editorial board weaponized Becker’s past drug use to advance misinformation and perpetuate stigma.
Trump emboldens his base and speaks words of hate toward those who support abortion: ‘Pro-life’ harassment of abortion clinics has gone up during Trump’s presidency.