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August 16, 2022
Democrats Are Holding Up a Bill to Protect Pregnant Workers
The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act has enough votes to pass if brought to the floor and would bring meaningful relief for thousands of pregnant workers.
August 11, 2022
Why Is There More Republican Support for Gay Marriage Than for Abortion Rights?
There’s not much of a public opinion gap between abortion rights and marriage equality among Republican voters. So why does abortion have almost no support from elected Republicans?
August 2, 2022
By Attacking Brittney Griner, Trump Signals to His Base: “I’m Still Racist”
The former president is reconnecting with his fans by using an old playbook: demonize a Black athlete, lie about who they are, and reap the benefits.
July 28, 2022
They Don’t Know Us. But They Hate Us.
Victorious abortion foes, most of them male, don’t know how women’s bodies work. And they don’t much care. And therefore some women will die.
July 27, 2022
Democrats Can’t Leave Pro-Choice Votes on the Table
reversal has brought together a potential coalition that, if leveraged, could prove a powerful challenge to the anti-abortion movement.
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July 26, 2022
“Roe” Is the Past, Human Rights Are the Future
Roe v. Wade
didn’t guarantee unfettered abortion access in the United States. It’s past time human rights were placed at the center of our demands.
July 22, 2022
Aliyah Boston Makes ESPN Look Small
Aliyah Boston showed that she doesn’t need the ESPYs—but the ESPYs desperately need her.
July 21, 2022
In These 6 States, Abortion Rights Are Literally on the Ballot
Will direct democracy in Michigan, Kansas, Vermont, and elsewhere protect the rights that the Supreme Court won’t?
July 21, 2022
The Campaign to Reverse “Roe” Was Always About Political Power
The movement has always sought a version of community life that tightly controls sex and sexuality, while sanctioning attacks on women and LGBTQ people.
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
July 19, 2022
A History of the Partition Through the Eyes of Appalachian Nuns
Sisters of Mokama
, tells the story of missionaries in the Indian state of Bihar, who bore witness to the tumultuous era, offering a different way to understand the period.