The Rio Olympics were a display of U.S. women's progress, but in too many communities and school systems, girls and young women of color still have less opportunity to play sports.
- From Protected Class to High-Priority Target: How the ‘System Is Rigged’ Against Unaccompanied Migrant Children
- ‘Why Couldn’t Wildin Graduate?’: The Legacy of a U.S. Immigration Program Targeting Teens
- The Promotion of Long-Acting Contraceptives Must Confront History and Center Patient Autonomy
- Black Trans Liberation Tuesday Must Become an Annual Observance
- Jessica Luther Offers NCAA a New Playbook for ‘Unsportsmanlike Conduct’ in Debut Book
- Milwaukee Officials: Black Youth, Single Mothers Are Not Responsible for Systemic Failings—You Are
From Protected Class to High-Priority Target: How the ‘System Is Rigged’ Against Unaccompanied Migrant Children
Vulnerable, undocumented youth who pose no real threat are being stripped of their right to an education and instead sit in detention awaiting deportation.
Latino Votes Count or ‘Why Would They Be Trying to Suppress Them?’: Dolores Huerta on What’s at Stake in 2016
“We know that we’ve had this problem that Latinos sometimes don’t vote—they feel intimidated, they feel like maybe their vote doesn’t matter,” Huerta told Rewire. Huerta encouraged people to consider both what is at stake and why their vote might be suppressed in the first place.
While some long-acting reversible contraceptive methods were used to undermine women of color's reproductive freedom, those methods still hold the promise of reducing unintended pregnancy among those most at risk.
The wholesale murder of Black men and women by police strikes with a kind of caprice, often driven more by whims, bigotries, and disordered fates than any sense in law enforcement or anything meaningfully tied to the actions of the victims.
The Kentucky Supreme Court opinion said the EMW Women’s Clinic in Lexington can't reopen because it lacks the required state licensing to operate as a full-time abortion clinic, according to reports.