The Food and Drug Administration appears likely to move to ban menthol cigarettes this week — a step that has been years in the making. Continue Reading →
Today, the House Judiciary Committee announced that HR 40, a bill which would create a commission to study reparations and purpose a remedy bill to congress. Continue Reading →
Women make up more than half of the US, but men’s stories still dominate our movie screens. Clearly, gender equality in Hollywood has a long way to go. Continue Reading →
The Senate tonight passed a revised version of the FIRST STEP Act by a margin of 87-12. It is expected to pass quickly in the House of Representatives in the coming days. Continue Reading →
Men and women incarcerated in prisons across the country declared a nationwide strike today to draw attention and demand changes to the conditions they face in the prison system. Continue Reading →
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