Nigel Shelby, a 15 year old student at Huntsville High School, committed suicide last Friday as a result of anti-LGBTQ bullying. While some may say Nigel “took his own life,” I disagree with that description. We should have done more to save it.
Today is the 12th day of the 2019 legislative season and the session is in full swing. Last week, HB314, passed the House health committee with a favorable report and it now heads to the House floor for debate.
For years, Gavin McInnes has spewed bigoted views on everything from race and religion to gender and immigration.
Today is the 10th day of the 2019 legislative season and we are preparing for a major week of legislative action on critical issues such as marijuana and criminal justice reform.
After the gas tax special session and the legislative spring break, the 2019 Legislative Session is halfway through. Still, there’s no shortage of bills moving through the legislature with important civil liberties implications.
A trove of photographs depicting brutalized and murdered prisoners in Alabama’s St. Clair Correctional Facility has thrust the treatment of our nation’s 2.3 million incarcerated people into public view.