Donald Trump is running from calls for justice. Instead, he and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are fixated on our courts and pushing through nominees who they believe will roll back our hard-fought civil rights.
As states begin to reopen across the country, essential workers and those on the frontlines of fighting COVID-19 have continued to speak up about the need for an increase in government assistance and workplace protections.
“We absolutely need hazardous pay, PPE, sick leave and health insurance.”
The War on Women is in full force under the Trump administration. We refuse to go back, and we refuse to let the administration quietly dismantle the progress we’ve made. We are watching.
This is the War on Women report.
The Tennessee state legislature passed a restrictive ban on abortions in the state during the early morning hours Friday in a closed-door session. Its passage came as a shock to many pro-choice advocates, as the bill was not on the legislative agenda.
In this edition of The Weekly Pulse, we do a deep-dive into Black health risks, the Trump administration’s relentless attacks against LGBTQ+ and reproductive rights, a SCOTUS win for the trans community and the most recent updates for the COVID-19 pandemic.
On June 1, the Campaign for Accountability released ongoing correspondence between the deputy assistant secretary for population affairs, Diane Foley, and abortion opposition groups. The emails discuss promoting “natural family planning methods” over safe and accurate methods of birth control in use today.
Ms. sat down with CARE CEO and president Michelle Nunn to discuss what to do when it seems like “everything is on fire”; the differences between Ebola and COVID; and countless examples of women leaders stepping up for the sake of their communities.
On Thursday, June 18, the Supreme Court blocked the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program. DACA protects hundreds of thousands of young people who were brought to the U.S. as children from deportation.
Three sworn officers of the Minneapolis Police Department—all adult men—were in a position to interrupt their fellow officer’s abusive behavior and save Floyd’s life. But none did. Why?
How do norms in male-dominated peer cultures like police departments operate to keep men silent, even when they know something is wrong?
New national survey shows that retaliation against whistleblowers in the workplace is prevalent during the pandemic. Black workers are more likely to work under conditions that are both hazardous and repressive.