Every year, millions of Americans travel to see loved ones. Under the Trump Administration’s travel ban, many Muslim Americans are grounded. The legal fight continues.
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Peaceful protests are the opposite of violence, not the cause of violence.
The estimates of how many people have been killed by U.S. drones since 2009 will allow the American public to ask better questions about the uses and limitations of this new technology.
Recent police shootings demand a hard analysis of the intersections where race and law enforcement meet.
Laws that keep abortion services far from where women live are a form of social exclusion that women’s rights advocates call “abortion exile.”
We must mobilize to fight for true and lasting changes to immigration policy to allow all people, regardless of where we were born, to contribute fully to our communities.
The public is rightfully outraged over the leniency shown to the white Stanford student convicted of rape. Let’s channel that anger towards forging a new notion of justice.
We are all bound to one another by our humanity. When that humanity is struck down in one place, we are all made more vulnerable.
The situations in Afghanistan and the United States are very different, but the emotions are universal.
The United States discovered the true costs that civilian casualties had on its efforts in Afghanistan. It shouldn’t have to learn those lessons again.
By recognizing why people with addictions make the choices they do, policy makers can see the futility of punitive drug policies.