“Sometimes I think of the cost of raising a child all the way to adulthood—and since I know I can’t instantly pay my mom back hundreds of thousands of dollars, I can at least pay her back in a sincere doodle.”
High school seniors share the process of hosting a successful feminism conference.
UC student-activists from across the state make their final push to turn SB 24—a bill that would increase access to medical, nonsurgical abortions on college campuses—into law.
News of the civil rights activist and community leader’s death shocked the local community of Baton Rouge and sent ripples throughout the U.S. Ms. Sadie Roberts-Joseph: Rest in power.
On July 1, a former detainee’s sexual assault claim against an ICE-related family detention center was allowed to continue. In the midst of terrifying conditions at border facilities, this small victory for sexual assault victims is wholly welcome.
“Despite [the president’s] attempts to marginalize us and to silence us, please know that we are more than four people. We ran on a mandate to advocate for and represent those ignored, left out and left behind. Our squad is big.”
In an office somewhere “near Minneapolis,” a 12-year-old migrant girl sits in a brown office armchair wearing blue jeans, a green plastic wrist watch and a Minnie Mouse necklace. A reporter talks to her in Spanish. “Can you tell me what it was like inside the detention center?” Even though her head is cut off […]
The most recent string of reports from the border demand our attention—and our action.
San Francisco marked the end of June with the city’s 49th annual Pride Festival and Parade—including a weekend of events celebrating “Generations of Resistance.” As the streets closed down and tents went up around City Hall and the Civic Center Plaza, crowds of festival-goers and marchers adorned in bright, extravagant outfits gathered around six stages […]
In the midst of ongoing, and escalating, attacks on reproductive justice across the country, abortion finally became an issue of (primary) debate.