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Before President Donald Trump deployed federal troops to Portland, Oregon, many communities were already experiencing what's known as "jump outs."
"I've come here today because I, like so many Americans, owe great debt to John Lewis and his forceful vision of freedom."
Doula Latham Thomas on the epidemic of Black maternal deaths, including the recent passing of Sha-Asia Washington, and how mothers can advocate for a healthy, joyful birth process.
“You are supposed to represent the people of the United States of America, not violate people’s First Amendment rights,” the Washington congresswoman said.
The Colorado Department of Public Health is examining the use of ketamine in the 23-year-old's death.
It's been four months since Taylor was killed by police. The officers involved in her death have yet to be arrested.
Together, they're urging lawmakers in Washington, D.C., to pass the HEROES Act to preserve the voting rights of Black communities most affected by COVID-19.
Senator Kamala Harris is reportedly a potential candidate.
"This is a pattern of an attitude towards women and dehumanization of others," the New York representative said on the House floor today.
Rep. Ted Yoho called her a "f*cking b*tch" once she entered the building.
The Trump administration is trying to make an example out of Portland. But protesters and supporters are refusing to let him.
Doing justice to the Civil Rights hero's legacy takes more than renaming the bridge.
Louisville activist and poet Hannah L. Drake reflects on the power of names—and the incalculable grief in having them lost, forgotten, or stolen.
In a 7–2 ruling, the Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration in a decision that weakens birth control access for thousands across the country.
His position on the prosecutor's case against Amy Cooper, a white woman who called the cops on him in Central Park, fits into a larger debate of anti-carceral thinking.
Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, highlights how the Supreme Court decision follows a culture of toxic misinformation created by anti-choice extremists. But there's a way to fight them—at the polls.
There's more work to be done to ensure Black women can live freely and safely in America, according to the congresswoman.
Nearly three months after her death, people are still calling for action.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement now mandates that international students cannot stay in the country if their schools are operating remotely.