by Alan Pyke May 25, 2016
A white professional politician who was in diapers when John Lewis got his skull broken by Alabama state troopers just tried to hijack Lewis' legacy in order to undermine poverty programs.
by Alex Zielinski May 3, 2016
"Muzzling employees and otherwise discriminating against them for speaking out about abortion doesn’t bolster the safety of patients and providers—but it does break the law."
by Alex Zielinski Apr 14, 2016
"Even though it is cloaked in the language of civil and women’s rights, this bill is antithetical to gender and racial equality."
by Alex Zielinski Mar 1, 2016
"After watching the twelfth debate without a mention of disability, I had to do something."
by Zack Ford Sep 22, 2015
This transgender woman missed her flight because TSA officials thought she was "suspicious." She is hardly alone.
by Zack Ford Aug 25, 2015
Ted Cruz thinks that discrimination against people based on their faith is fine. It's actually a violation of the Civil Rights Act.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 3, 2015
"We, too, are seeking to right injustices that are holding our country back," Charles Koch told the room full of donors and candidates.
by Zack Ford Jul 23, 2015
The Equality Act creates federal LGBT nondiscrimination protections, but it also does more than that.
by Carimah Townes Jun 4, 2015
Will the landmark finally part from its white supremacist roots?
by Ian Millhiser Jun 1, 2015
The case is consistent with a pattern in the Roberts Court, which has generally been skeptical of civil rights claims while also being fairly open to civil rights cases alleging religious discrimination.