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"Thus, until the NFL proactively reports and addresses its shortcomings regarding minority groups publicly, they will continue to flounder in the court of public opinion and fail to combat discrimination and harassment in the workplace."
Where’s the Data? Lack of Media Coverage Magnifies the Ongoing Effects of Colonialism on Indigenous Communities Looking for Answers
"This data crisis and racist media bias, in conjunction with the generational trauma colonists have created and continue to create for our Native communities, must be addressed."
"One night of peer pressure or immaturity could lead a child to be identified as a career criminal and subject to the harsh sentencing minimum of the ACCA if the government’s broad interpretation of “occasion” is adopted."
"Texas’s heartbeat abortion ban sets a dangerous precedent and directly threatens women’s autonomy over their own bodies."
"Does a no-tolerance policy forcing people to choose between bodily autonomy and keeping their homes really make sense?"
"The Supreme Court appears to be grappling with the prospect of its own mortality as a legitimate institution."
"Maybe the most crucial question raised by this case is whether the ICRA provides additional protection above and beyond Title VII of the Civil Rights Act."
Human Rights and the Taliban in an America-free Afghanistan: What It Looks Like and Why We Should Care
"After a failed experiment in nation-building, the United States has left a war-torn Afghanistan."