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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By involving citizens directly in decisions about how their communities are run, we can make government more responsive and inclusive.
Artists are taking on police bias, criminal justice reform, and equal opportunity, as voices old and new tell fresh stories and organize for change.
Pope Francis’s U.S. trip presents a tremendous opportunity to harness his popularity for progressive change.
Soros Justice Fellow Galen Baughman was imprisoned for over two years past his release date. Now he’s working to make sure others don’t suffer the same fate.
A Brooklyn photography festival features immersive installations about U.S. Superfund sites and Nigerian romance novelists.
An executive order requiring federal contractors to disclose their political giving would improve the lives of poor people and communities of color.
The extended pretrial detention of juveniles should be a seldom-used measure of last resort, not the sadly common practice it is today.
When Hurricane Katrina hit, the justice system in New Orleans had completely broken down. We looked at the court system, the police department, the jail—and started talking about how to fix things.
As a board member for the Project on Death in America, Burt worked tirelessly to transform the culture of dying in the United States.
The United States must hold itself accountable for all civilians killed or injured in drone strikes, not just U.S. citizens or other Westerners.