While the movement to free Palestine has re-entered the public spotlight amidst bombings in Gaza, President Joe Biden falsely confirmed visual evidence of beheadings of Israeli children by Hamas. Widely […]
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By William Melhado Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune The state attorney general’s office appealed a state district court injunction that said the new prohibitions deprive trans kids of “necessary, […]
By Jamiles Lartey Sweltering doesn’t even describe it. Giles Clarke / Getty Images In July of this year, more than a third of the U.S. population was under excessive heat […]
By Stacy M. Brown Originally appeared in NNPA The report exposes that in 2021, African Americans earn 62 cents to every dollar earned by white families. Sixty years after Dr. […]
By Uriel J. García Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune The Office of the Inspector General is investigating the claims, which include pushing small children and women with nursing babies […]
By Patrick Washington Originally appeared in Word in Black The Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action lets “any mini Karen with a social media account” claim discrimination and strip rights […]
By Sneha Dey Originally appeared in the Texas Tribune Legislators also passed bills that will provide foster kids entering the troubled system with duffel bags or backpacks and those aging […]
By Aziah Siid Originally appeared in Word in Black We can learn from the states where affirmative action has already been banned what the Supreme Court’s decision to restrict race […]