News and Features
As the nation marks the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, the efforts of the anti-war movement are being erased from history.
The man in the middle raised concerns about overturning millennia of tradition, but he also emphasized the dignity legal marriage confers to same-sex couples.
The emotional distance between Freddie Gray’s moving funeral and the chaos that followed isn’t as wide as it may seem.
Leading intellectuals are outraged that Monique Canto-Sperber, who famously quashed two events sponsored by Israel critics, is being given the stage to discuss “freedom of speech.”
Interviews with Harvard professors Naomi Oreskes and James Anderson about universities’ moral imperative to join the fight against fossil fuel.
Caravana43 will visit more than 40 US cities this spring to spread the call for justice—and against US funding of the drug war.
A win for LGBT advocates would be historic, but uncertainty over religious exemptions and the status of domestic partnerships and civil unions remains.
Bryan Burrough’s new book should lead us to ask why extremists are so frequently able to hijack movements fighting for social justice.
If CEOs are worried that their LGBT employees won’t be treated as equals in Indiana, they should show as much concern for their pregnant and potentially pregnant employees.
Do you know the key moments in the struggle for gender equality?