As we have observed in legal struggle after struggle, the truth of survivors’ stories, of communities’ stories, and women’s stories will always outlast a court ruling or an opinion from a Supreme Court justice. Frontlines of Justice Center for Constitutional Rights October 8, 2018 In response to the Senate’s confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the […]
The lawyer has filed a motion to dismiss Madden’s case, arguing he’d gone to the airport to “publicly express his opinion on an issue… at the center of a national debate.”
The moral life, as Hugo pointed out, is not pragmatic or rational. It does not guarantee that we as distinct individuals survive. And yet, it permits us, by living for others, to become our best selves. It allows us a bittersweet happiness.
The law as an instrument of morality at the state and federal levels has been deformed into an instrument of racialized social control.
In a recent span of 10 days, four courts issued decisions that could literally save lives.
To those who have been used to privilege all their lives, equality may feel like oppression.
The central tenet of fascism is always that war cleanses society and that the “virtues” that war inculcates in its combatants and survivors provide a new moral vigor.
Whereas most industries have seen some technological advancement, the image of the garment sweatshop has seen little modification since its inception over a century ago.
Today I write from that place of fear, maybe tomorrow I will write of hope and resistance.
Although found guilty, I’ll still act in accordance with my belief that we didn’t act criminally.
Bill Moyers shares “Starting with Black,” which addresses the “urgent political and moral crisis” that we currently face. Bill Moyers. (photo: PBS) By Bill Moyers, Bill Moyers & Company RSN December 31, 2016 y friend Jim Haba, a fine poet in his own right, has done more than anyone I know to democratize the popularity […]
So, at this late date, what might a president frightened by his successor actually do…
[Rasouli] wonders if U.S. citizens believe these wars, which could cost up to $6 trillion, were worth it.
An ISIS cell. An undercover FBI agent. A community torn apart.