by Carimah Townes Posted on February 26, 2015 Updated: March 16, 2015
The Senate Judiciary Committee raved about Loretta Lynch's previous work, and criminal justice advocates share that enthusiasm as well.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on February 23, 2015 Updated: February 25, 2015
John Legend and Common took home the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Glory."
by Alice Ollstein Posted on February 13, 2015 Updated: February 13, 2015
"I say, at some point in time, you've got to forgive people...and you've got to move on," Alabama's Secretary of State John Merrill told ThinkProgress.
by Beenish Ahmed Posted on January 23, 2015
“In a very discreet way, he was a strong advocate of women." It's very, very discreet.
by Jessica Goldstein Posted on January 12, 2015 Updated: January 12, 2015
Featuring: rape survivor advocacy, complicated women, and the best Bill Cosby joke yet.
by Heidi Williamson - Guest Contributor Posted on September 30, 2014
Our history is filled with examples of how withholding existing resources from vulnerable communities harms their ability to make decisions about their lives.
by Ian Millhiser & Nicole Flatow Posted on September 25, 2014 Updated: October 1, 2014
An unprecedented evolution on criminal justice. Aggressive moves on voting rights. As Eric Holder announces he's leaving, his work has just begun.
by Ian Millhiser Posted on September 15, 2014
The unfortunate lesson is that ambitious lawyers should avoid unpopular clients if they want to keep their career options open.
by Carimah Townes Posted on August 14, 2014
How do we make sense of Ferguson from a cultural perspective?
by Josh Israel Posted on May 29, 2014
In the East Texas city of Pittsburg, one restaurant banned a same-sex couple from ever returning and citing a policy of only serving men who "act like men."