Girls’ activism has become more visible in recent years — and also tends to come with specific types of harassment and dismissal.
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Biden made seven major commitments to LGBTQ+ voters, many of them aimed at rolling back policies made by the Trump administration seen as anti-LGBTQ+. Has he delivered?
As the NCAA votes on change to its constitution, LGBTQ+ advocates are calling on the organization to keep nondiscrimination language that they say protects queer athletes in a moment where they are particularly vulnerable.
LGBTQ+ people of color are at risk from rising voter restrictions as federal protections falter in the Senate, advocates say
Groups are paying attention as more states introduce voting restrictions that could disproportionately harm LGBTQ+ people of color and those with disabilities.
School districts have stocked up on computers but broadband access remains a problem as a COVID surge sends some systems remote.
NARAL said Tuesday that it will back only candidates who work to pass voting rights, and Emily’s List says it won’t support Sen. Kyrsten Sinema if she doesn’t get behind changing Senate rules.
Nearly two dozen lawmakers urged the FDA to update “its discriminatory blood donor deferral policies for men who have sex with men.”
Milk banks across the country have reported that they are running low on donations, many of which go to the most vulnerable babies.
A new guaranteed income program will send $850 monthly payments to Black women over two years, beginning in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward, where King popularized the idea of direct cash payments half a century ago.
A positive coronavirus test for a kid too young to get vaccinated can mean unpaid time off for parents — often while they are also sick — and days or weeks without child care.
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The starting point is a package with previously proposed climate provisions, and subsidized child care and universal pre-K that would be funded for a longer period of time.
This month will be the first time since July that parents won’t be able to rely on the child tax credit. Parents will have to claim the remainder of the credit in their taxes, a challenge that is likely to hit the most vulnerable families, as Congress debates the policy’s future.
Students and activists, many of them in the South, are challenging rigid dress codes that often target girls, students of color and LGBTQ+ youth.