Terrorism Recruitment is Being Driven by Bride Prices

Many young, male recruits who are driven to terrorist organizations for financial reasons are actually aspiring to use the money to help themselves and their brothers get married.

Trump Tweets Cartoon of Train Hitting Reporter After Woman is Killed by Car in Charlottesville

This attack on the media comes as less of a surprise than its timing.

Heartbroken, But Standing Strong

I got my start in social justice fighting against segregation as a college student in North Carolina. I never thought in 2017 that I would still have to fight racism in its ugliest, most naked form.

Trump and the Red Pill

MRAs and the alt-right are meshing together, and the President himself is pulling from both of their handbooks.

Oregon Insurers Are Now Required to Cover All Reproductive Healthcare Costs—Including Abortion

Legislation signed into law today in Oregon requires insurance companies to cover all reproductive healthcare costs and procedures—including abortion—regardless of the patient’s income, citizenship status or gender identity.

There Is Only One Side

As a nation, we must decide where we will stand: on the side of hate and violence or the side of love and equality. If the Trump administration cannot decide which they choose, we will just have to dig in our heels as we fight for ours.

WATCH: The Gender Wage Gap by the (Musical) Numbers

If you’re having trouble explaining the wage gap using just charts, graphs and scholarly articles, a new video with a toe-tapping tempo might be able to help.

The NAACP Issued a First-of-its-Kind Travel Warning for Missouri

The NAACP this summer released a statement advising people of color against traveling to Missouri in light of recent events in the state and a new “Jim Crow Law” passed by Governor Greitens.

Federal Judge Blocks Alabama Law That Put Minors Seeking Abortion on Trial

Nearly three years after it took effect, a judge has blocked an Alabama law that put girls seeking abortion through a trial-like process in which they were defendants and their fetuses were represented by lawyers.

When the Personal Becomes Political: Exploring the Power of Abortion Storytelling

Two researchers set out to explore what would happen if women were in an environment in which they felt safe disclosing their reproductive histories—and found that women had the capacity to change their friends’ perspectives with their own stories.

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