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An employee at the Utah County Election office puts mail in ballots into a container to register the vote in the midterm elections on November 6, 2018 in Provo, Utah. News
'Time Is of the Essence': After Wisconsin Fiasco, 150+ Civil Rights Groups Urge Congress to Protect 2020 Elections
The organizations are demanding at least $4 billion in funding "to ensure that each state can provide a comprehensive approach that includes both vote-by-mail and in-person options safely and effectively.
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg appears at the Temple Emanu-El Skirball Center on Sept. 21, 2016 in New York City. News
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Undergoes Treatment for Pancreatic Tumor—Doctors Say Supreme Court Justice Completely 'Cancer-Free'
"Getting a push notification that starts with the words 'Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg' will get the heart rate ramped up."
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Why Joe Biden Was Afraid to Face California’s Democratic Party
There was a very high level of mistrust regarding the former vice president at the state convention
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There, We Fixed It. Because People Other Than White Men Built This Country
Lovie Meets Harriet . Three-year-old Auriah "Lovie" Duncan was walking with her grandmothers Tracy and Tammy Lynndee when saw this newly-painted mural by Michael Rosato on Cambridge's Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center. It wasn't quite finished - hence the white hand - but “she wanted...
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Equal rights advocates march in front of the White House in 2017. News
LGBTQ Advocates Cheer Historic Victory After US House Passes Equality Act
"This vote is a monumental step forward in the fight for true, lived equality for LGBTQ people."
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A rainbow flag is held up outside the Supreme Court News
Setting Stage for 'Landmark Moment for Equality,' Supreme Court to Hear Cases on Workplace LGBTQ Discrimination
"The impact of this decision will have very real consequences for millions of LGBTQ people across the country."
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Since 2016, Planned Parenthood has collaborated with television and film creators to normalize sexual and reproductive health through storytelling.  (Photo: Illustration by Alice Moi and CSA Image) Views
Why We’re Seeing More Realistic Depictions of Abortion in TV and Film
Planned Parenthood has partnered with the entertainment industry to combat misrepresentations of women’s reproductive health
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'Medicare for All and Equal Rights Aren't Trends': Ocasio-Cortez Fires Back After Aaron Sorkin Lectures Young Progressives
Low turnout in some demographics, says New York Democrat, is "not because communities are apathetic, it's because they don't see you fighting for them."
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A sign is held aloft by a #MeToo supporter attending a January 2018 march in Hoboken, N.J. (Photo: Alec Perkins / Wikimedia Commons)(CC BY 2.0) Views
The #MeToo Movement Is Here to Stay
“This is just the beginning. I see this becoming not just a movement, but a revolution that sweeps the globe.”
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It’s the policy equivalent of telling trans people that we don’t exist. It’s flatly absurd.(Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Being Trans in America Was Already Scary. Now It’s Terrifying.
A new federal order wouldn't just deny civil rights protections to trans people. It would deny we exist altogether.
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