Many in our country want to believe the period of enslavement of Africans should be considered the beginning and end of U.S. racism.
It is obvious that this language is designed to prevent transgender and non-binary humans from exercising their basic rights.
Indiana, we deserve better than this.
Individuals, reinforced by others, feel compelled to move based on what they feel inside.
He might just be the locksmith they need to completely take over the economic hub of Indiana, forcing more Hoosiers and businesses to consider moving elsewhere.
Based on recent actions, it doesn’t appear they want this for everyone, only for themselves.
In America, we would rather pretend the atrocities committed against Black people weren’t all that bad to make us feel better.
LGBTQ+ youth are more than four times as likely to attempt suicide than their peers.
An estimated one in 100 Americans is intersex, and around 2% of the worldwide population have intersex traits.
If good cops hate bad cops, then why don’t they put them in check? Because they can’t. It’s the culture.
For some, just the mere presence of Black folk is a personal affront.
We need to ask constituents what they need before we ask them for their vote or donation, knowing those conversations can be very difficult.
It appears that, when it comes to citizens who don’t align with Republicans’ ideology, this amendment does not apply.
We should desire elected officials nuanced enough to understand diversity and display integrity.
It is undeniable Indiana Republicans are willing to go to the ledge to fight for religious freedom.
What is certain is that silence and complacency are not an option for those of us in the struggle for all people.
We all have a part to play; sitting on the bench is not one of them.
Gov. Abbott, in one executive order, strips parental rights and puts the child’s life in jeopardy.
“Black women, navigating through both racism and misogyny, have been graduating from law school since 1872.”