In a letter to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Planned Parenthood outlined its’ plan to withdraw from Title X by Monday unless the court moves to protect funding for the organization.
Title X funding is unraveling. Migrant women are losing access to critical programs. And government contractors may soon be able to legally discriminate against queer, unmarried and pregnant people.
When we discuss and understand the Public Charge Rule, let there be no question that it will harm some of the very most vulnerable in our society—including U.S. citizen children, survivors of domestic violence and recently arrived refugees and asylum-seekers who need a small measure of social support as they bravely make their way in a new country.
This week in Trump’s war on women: Mass shootings echoing the president’s rhetoric and ICE raids leaving children without parents.
Attacks on trans students, a dangerous UN nominee and more reports from the Trump administration’s war on women.
The Trump administration needs to be held accountable for the atrocities happening at the border, in the same way that all nations must be accountable for crimes against humanity.
The danger of Trump’s Commission on Unalienable Rights is that its understanding of religious liberty extends only to a certain kind of religion, conservative Christianity.
Unless you are part of the narrow demographic of rich, white men deemed to have rights in 1776, this new Trump administration commission won’t protect you.
Despite signing the bipartisan Women, Peace, and Security Act to “increase women’s participation in negotiation and mediation processes”—by the looks of Trump’s Monday meeting with leaders from Pakistan, it seems he has completely ignored an act he himself signed into law.
A change to immigration policy grants DHS and ICE officers “sole and unreviewable discretion” to deport. Immigrants who have lived in the U.S. for up to two years, residing anywhere within the country, are now eligible for expedited removal.