Until we direct more resources towards harm reduction, we’ll never achieve the goal of ending AIDS.
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Hatred, racist bigotry, and sexist violence are not new. But the frequency and scale we’ve seen since November 8 are alarming.
U.S. law prohibits military aid to countries that use child soldiers, but a loophole allows the money to flow regardless.
It is time to double down on support for a new generation of leaders of color.
The Fourth Circuit just rendered the most definitive appellate court opinion proclaiming the illegality of torture since 9/11.
Since it was gutted by the Supreme Court, evidence of voting discrimination has emerged. Two bills before congress could fix that.
What if cities carved out spaces where no one—including cops—could carry firearms?
It’s time to imagine how we can shrink the size and scope of police forces, reduce the number of gadgets at cops’ disposal, and constrain law enforcement’s ability to ensnare us.
Stop and frisk failed in New York City—a lesson that should be heeded by any community considering its adoption.
Local police have lagged behind the rest of the state in accountability and transparency—contributing to the unrest following Keith Scott’s death.
Any serious conversations about reducing the prison population must include a debate about the need to redefine violent crime.