On the eve of July 4, Independence Day, the Trump administration once again demonstrated its callousness toward the most vulnerable members of society.
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We are deeply disappointed in the Trump administration’s decision today to move forward in rescinding a set of Obama-era policies that permit the consideration of race in college admissions decisions.
A federal judge today blocked the Trump administration’s approval of Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver plan, stating that the government acted in an “arbitrary and capricious" manner in approving the plan.
Fred Korematsu was 23 when he defied the order sending him to an internment camp.
The Southern Poverty Law Center is a national sponsor for the “Families Belong Together” rallies on Saturday to protest President Trump’s inhumane immigration policies.
It’s far too early for our elected officials or anyone else who cares about the future of our state to break out the champagne and celebrate Louisiana’s progress in reducing its enormous incarceration rate.
The SPLC is requesting documents from the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) and the Department of Justice about a Trump administration decision to weaken protections for transgender people who are incarcerated by requiring that they be housed according to their “biological sex.”
President Trump tweets outrageous things so often that it’s tempting just to shrug them off.
We are extremely disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the Trump administration’s hateful and discriminatory Muslim ban.