The first Black History Month of the decade is here! Black History Month is an annual observance that celebrates the history and achievements of Black people.
The Alabama 2020 Legislative Session is officially here! This first session of the decade has the potential to be one of the most impactful for our state.
Paul DeMarco wrote a letter to the editor dated January 13, 2020, in which he responded to a recent report by the Campaign for Smart Justice with ACLU of Alabama. The report analyzed 5 years-worth of data and projected a spike in Alabama’s already overcrowded prison population in 2020.
Two cases recently elevated by Smart Justice investigative reporting made a huge impact at the December “study group” meeting on Alabama’s prison crisis.
November is Native American Heritage Month, which celebrates the history, community, culture, and traditions of indigenous people. In honor of this month, we’re providing a guide to five Native American trailblazers that you should know.
Like many indigenous throughout the country, we are still dealing with the historical trauma associated with the original acts of “Discovery” and then the following “Doctrine of Discovery.” The fact that Indigenous people are still here is a miracle and a testament to our resilience.
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