Since 1970, the LGBTQ community and our allies have marked June as LGBTQ Pride Month, in honor of the uprising at the Stonewall Inn in 1969. 51 years after Stonewall, a protest that was begun by Black and Brown transgender women like Marsha P.
Since George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin nearly three weeks ago, the topic of policing in America has surged, once again, to the forefront of our conversation, newsfeeds, and televisions.
The right to protest is fundamental to our democracy and enshrined in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The Trump administration optimistically projects that “substantially under” 100,000 people will die from COVID-19 in the United States.
In the latest development in a fast-moving court case, on Monday the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Texas Gov.
COVID-19 is ravaging many parts of the United States, but nowhere more than in Black communities.