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The Trump administration’s war on asylum seekers sank to a new low with a policy that – beginning today – will force migrants to wait in Mexico while their cases wind through U.S. courts.
The Florida Legislature should reject the harmful recommendations in a report from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Commission that would threaten, not improve, school safety.
When middle school teacher Kristin Heavner shared a photo on social media of a colorful makeup bag filled with disposable menstrual products, she had no idea how people would react.
J.E.C.M., a 14-year-old boy, fled from Honduras with a friend to escape persecution, including threats to his life.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision today to temporarily lift injunctions against the Trump administration’s ban on open service by transgender Americans is just that: temporary.
On Monday we’ll celebrate Martin Luther King Day, the 33rd time our nation has officially honored this giant of American history.
The SPLC criticized an immigration judge’s decision today to deny bond for Spanish-language journalist Manuel Duran.
The SPLC this week sued the Trump administration again for approving Kentucky’s Medicaid waiver plan a second time.
In 1960, Alabama’s state board of education ordered the firing of Dr. Lawrence D. Reddick from his post as chair of the history department at Alabama State University (then Alabama State College).