Upon the announcement of Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement, discussions on who will be his successor highlight a need for more Supreme Court representation.
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International adoption is the denaturalization and transfer of thousands of children, but the U.S. isn't winning a humanitarian award for its involvement. From U.S. militarism to the white savior complex, transracial adoptees risk racial isolation as they age in a "color-blind" system.
For many marginalized communities in America, being patriotic means ignoring a history of violence and oppression that continues to this day.
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A travel ban on countries dealing with vaccine inequity won't stop the spread of COVID-19 or prevent new variants. It's vaccine apartheid created by rich nations.
“Equity v. Equality” illustration breaks down the difference between the two terms and how the distinction impacts the necessary work for social change.
Muslim women are being harassed, fired from jobs, suspended from schools and denied access to public areas because they wear the hijab.
People have been forced to rely on basic needs fundraising because the U.S. government has failed to address the current public crisis.
Conversations around police reforms sometimes highlight specific illegitimate acts by police officers. But law enforcement ignoring the law en masse raises deeper questions about the legitimacy of an institution with a long history of racism and brutality.