Connecticut seeks to expand abortion rights in response to out-of-state restrictions

know about Connecticut seeks to expand abortion rights in response to out-of-state restrictions in details Connecticut lawmakers have approved a bill that would expand the types of medical professionals who can provide abortion services in the state and protect residents from facing penalties under other states’ anti-abortion laws. The legislation is in part a response … Read more

Yelp, Salesforce and Uber take a stand against the abortion ban

know about Yelp, Salesforce and Uber take a stand against the abortion ban in details More corporations are publicly rejecting restrictive abortion laws. In the past, companies have often avoided taking a position on sensitive issues. At least one survey found that people would be less willing to relocate for work to states that restrict … Read more

The Minneapolis Police Department spied on black leaders

know about The Minneapolis Police Department spied on black leaders The Minneapolis Police Department turned a blind eye to white nationalist and white supremacist movements online, even as its officers created fake social media accounts to monitor and troll law-abiding members of the black community.” without a public safety objective.” That’s just one of dozens … Read more

Progressive women seek to renew the image of the label

know about Progressive women seek to renew the image of the label in details Progressive women are re-emerging as a powerful force in the midterm elections, increasingly moving away from the white male image that has dominated the narrative on the left. As moderate lawmakers seek to get out of Congress, candidates from the left, … Read more

‘Safe Harbor:’ Abortion Rights Bill Wins Final Passage in Connecticut

know about ‘Safe Harbor:’ Abortion Rights Bill Wins Final Passage in Connecticut in details A state Senate debate on an abortion bill erupted Friday night in an emotional indictment of the influence of race and racism on the family planning movement and its founder, Margaret Sanger. Finally, the Senate gave final approval, shortly before midnight, … Read more

Maine governor thought Trump was having a ‘nervous breakdown’ during a call: book

know about Maine governor thought Trump was having a ‘nervous breakdown’ during a call: book Trump had a rather unusual call with US governors in June 2020, according to a forthcoming book. In the call, Trump called on governors to show dominance in the face of the Floyd protests. According to the book, Maine Governor … Read more

The push to normalize infanticide

know about The push to normalize infanticide in details For Mary SchochOpinion Contributor | Saturday, April 30, 2022 Unsplash / Tanaphong Toochinda A month has passed since the bodies of five fully grown babies were recovered from Cesare Santangelo’s abortion business, Washington Surgi-Clinic, and stillthe dc medical examiner he has not performed autopsies on them, … Read more

Black, Autistic, and Home from Prison: The Case of Matthew Rushin

know about Black, Autistic, and Home from Prison: The Case of Matthew Rushin Placeholder while article actions load Matthew Rushin is thinking about a 9-year-old boy named Levi who lives in Philadelphia. Like him, Levi is black and autistic. Like him, Levi does well in school, but he doesn’t always respond the way people expect. … Read more

Abortion bans and the subsequent massive public health crisis

know about Abortion bans and the subsequent massive public health crisis in details In 2015, the year Sharon found out she was pregnant, the outlook for abortion access in the United States was incredibly bleak. Sharon was living in Texas as an international student from Central America. She had no friends or family in the … Read more

Japanese government program pushes migrants to abort, activists say

know about Japanese government program pushes migrants to abort, activists say in details NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A Japanese government program allegedly encourages foreign workers to abort their babies and professionally punishes many who don’t. The Japan Technical Intern Training Program is a government initiative aimed at bringing migrant workers to … Read more

Maine, California Move to Boost Abortion Access

know about Maine, California Move to Boost Abortion Access in details A law in Maine aims to suppress the harassment and physical blocking of protesters outside abortion clinics by establishing a public “medical safety zone” at the entrance. California is reportedly upgrading its abortion facilities, as other reports show the difficulties now facing providers in … Read more

Homeschooling the next generation – the spectrum

know about Homeschooling the next generation – the spectrum The public education system is failing us According to the National Homeschool Education Research Institute, as of spring 2019, there were just 2.5 million homeschooled children in the US in grades K-12. Just one year later, in the 2020-2021 school year, that number jumped to 3.7 … Read more

Human Rights Watch Film Festival will return to Lincoln Center this spring

know about Human Rights Watch Film Festival will return to Lincoln Center this spring in details The Human Rights Watch Film Festival will present ten groundbreaking films at Lincoln Center and the IFC Center from May 20-26, 2022. Now in its 33rd year, the 2022 edition highlights human rights activism and features to brave people … Read more

San Dieguito superintendent suspended for comments about Asian students, alleges retaliation

know about San Dieguito superintendent suspended for comments about Asian students, alleges retaliation After San Dieguito Union High School District Superintendent Cheryl James-Ward was suspended last week for her controversial comments about Asian students, she and others say she is being unfairly targeted in retaliation for filing a complaint about the abusive behavior by a … Read more