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Dominique Stewart

Why Reform Falls Short in Stopping Police Violence
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Why Reform Falls Short in Stopping Police Violence

Last year became the deadliest year for fatal police encounters, despite calls for reform and racial justice after the 2020 protests.

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Protecting Disabled Students’ Legal Recourse Against Discrimination
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Protecting Disabled Students’ Legal Recourse Against Discrimination

The outcome of the Perez v. Sturgis Public Schools case will affect the redress disabled students have in resolving disability rights violations from schools.

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Year in Review: Environmental Justice for All
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Year in Review: Environmental Justice for All

The need for environmental justice is ever present as global institutions and governments fuel a climate crisis on track to upend our survival.

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Year in Review: Building an Equitable Healthcare System
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Year in Review: Building an Equitable Healthcare System

The healthcare system is not devoid of disparities despite being integral to our lives. An overhaul, not reform, will be necessary to ensure that care is accessible for all.

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Year in Review: Depolarizing the Classroom
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Year in Review: Depolarizing the Classroom

The classroom has become the battleground for the country’s most polarizing and pertinent issues.

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How Population Collapse Revived a Pro-Birth Movement
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How Population Collapse Revived a Pro-Birth Movement

Concerns of an imminent population collapse stoke fear that humanity is about to face its biggest threat due to declining birth rates globally.

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Misperceptions on Rising Violent Crime Rates
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Misperceptions on Rising Violent Crime Rates

Despite political messaging during the 2022 midterms, violent crime rates are not just a blue or red state nor an urban or rural occurrence. 

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Voter ID Laws, Explained
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Voter ID Laws, Explained

Here’s an explainer on voter ID laws, how the contentious legislation came to pass, who they affect, and why they’re so controversial.

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How Voter Fraud Claims Led to Criminalizing Voters
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How Voter Fraud Claims Led to Criminalizing Voters

In pursuit of voter fraud, policies said to protect the electoral system create barriers to access and penalties for voters.

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The Problem with Blaming Violence on Mental Illness
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The Problem with Blaming Violence on Mental Illness

Linking mass shootings and other violence to mental illness has become routine, but the connection is not that clear-cut.

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