‘Let’s talk about what truly happened’: Native Americans push for inclusion beyond lessons about Thanksgiving
Many state curricula still don’t mention Indigenous people, or mention them only as part of history. But that’s changing.
Disability and labor advocates are cheering proposed home care spending. But they’re also worried insufficient investment could pit increased wages against greater capacity.
Haaland, an enrolled member of the Laguna Pueblo, said she is ‘proud to be in a position’ to start with a term offensive to indigenous women on 650 different places on federal land.
Lawmakers who spoke with The 19th said they didn’t go into the statehouse to make money. But they also don’t want to be put in a situation where they have to struggle financially just to do their jobs.
The last abortion clinic in Mississippi is at the center of a Supreme Court case that could end Roe v. Wade
If the Supreme Court upholds Mississippi’s 15-week ban, the decision would almost certainly weaken Roe v. Wade. In Mississippi and beyond, the impact would be tremendous.
President Joe Biden briefly transferred power to Vice President Harris while he was under anesthesia.
The program will provide recent graduates and mid-career alums of Historically Black Colleges and Universities with full-year, salaried and benefit-laden fellowships in the areas of reporting, editing, audience engagement or newsroom technology.
Kanautica Zayre-Brown’s case in North Carolina highlights the tensions between LGBTQ+ advocates and the Biden administration as trans people behind bars are being denied what experts agree is medically necessary care.
The harassment can be particularly hard on Muslim girls who wear hijabs, whose head coverings are sometimes offensively touched.
The loss of child care drove out college-educated moms who were in jobs where telework was an option. Why? The extra labor from child care.
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This year has shattered the record of transgender homicides in a year with 47 to date — most of them Black or Latinx.
The gesture was created by the Canadian Women’s Foundation in April 2020 as the pandemic left many isolated in their homes.
These policymakers are pressing the Biden administration to protect Afghan refugees, specifically women and children.