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"I knew people were going to look away," says Dom Roberts.
"If we want our children to grow up in a nation that lives up to its highest ideals, we can and must be better."
Floyd's death while under police custody has sparked protests and cries for justice nationwide.
Floyd was pronounced dead shortly after an officer pinned him to the ground.
And Hillary Clinton approves.
We answer all your questions about voting in the time of the coronavirus pandemic.
People are demanding justice after video footage of the incident surfaced online.
The Democratic presidential front-runner broke his silence on claims made by a former aide.
New York state officials are proposing regulated birth centers for women in need.
She's the first Muslim woman to run for federal office in her state.
"Racism is just a form of bullying and making someone shrink in their skin. You need to stop it in its tracks when somebody is getting hurt."
After several decades, the divisive amendment that sets the stage for FX on Hulu’s Mrs. America could finally become law.
"This pandemic further reinforces historic inequities, which have roots in slavery and Jim Crow laws, that remain persistent and profound to this very day."
Several states have tried to block access by labeling abortions as nonessential procedures.
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Renee Bracey Sherman is fighting abortion stigma by empowering people to share their stories.
The Massachusetts senator was once considered a front-runner in the race.
SCOTUS is hearing its first major abortion case with Trump's conservative appointees.
The disgraced producer was convicted on two charges.
"Democrats take a huge risk if we just substitute one arrogant billionaire for another."