State legislatures across the country are trying to crack down on protesters and make a mockery of the First Amendment. Over the past year, a historic level of activism and protest has spilled out into our nation’s parks, streets, and sidewalks — places where our First Amendment rights are at their height. Show More Summary
Civilians still at greater risk of dying at the hands of police This article originally appeared in USA Today. Something does not add up. President Trump put an executive order into effect last week to, in his words, "stop crime andShow More Summary
The state’s high court blocked a law that unnecessarily makes women wait 24 hours before getting an abortion. Every day, people face important medical decisions. When tough choices arise, we consult with our health care providers about the pros and cons of different treatment options. Show More Summary
Por Milagros Chirinos, Directora de Prensa Bilingüe-Español de HRC El reciente arresto de un soñador en Seattle agudiza la incertidumbre de muchos sobre el futuro de DACA bajo la nueva Administración. Desde 2012, el programa de Acción...Show More Summary
For the past 11 months, North Carolina’s legislative leaders have refused to repeal HB2, which prevents cities from passing non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people and explicitly bars transgender people from accessing restrooms...Show More Summary
Post submitted by Kimmie Fink, Welcoming Schools Consultant Elementary teachers often find themselves on the receiving end of challenging questions from students. Why is the sky blue? What is infinity? and the perennial Where do babies...Show More Summary
NEW MEXICO SENATE PASSES LEGISLATION TO PROTECT LGBTQ YOUTH FROM SO-CALLED “CONVERSION THERAPY”: Yesterday, HRC hailed the New Mexico Senate’s vote to pass SB 121, legislation that would protect LGBTQ youth in the state from the dangerous...Show More Summary
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Youth Well-Being Project is pleased to announce the 2017 class of HRC Youth Ambassadors: Weston Alexander, Roddy Biggs, Daniella Carter, Javier Cifuentes Monzón, Alex Cooper, Tyler Eilts, Adriana...Show More Summary
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Over 60% of the global cobalt supply comes from the DRC where a legacy of civil war, the persistence of basic forms of mining, and a weak state make ethical and transparent sourcing hugely challenging. The post Ethical Cobalt Extraction & Trump’s Possible Rules Repeal appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.
Considering the prospects for Eurasia, it concludes that “Russia’s aggressive foreign policy will be a source of considerable volatility in the next five years.” The post What does the National Intelligence Council think of Russia? appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.
Today, Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) introduced the End Racial and Religious Profiling Act. The End Racial and Religious Profiling Act would prohibit federal, state, and local law enforcement from targeting a person based on actual or perceived...Show More Summary
Melinda & Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and UNICEF know one big part of the answer: mass vaccination.
HRC and Equality New Mexico hailed a vote by the New Mexico Senate passing SB 121, legislation that would protect LGBTQ youth in the state from the dangerous and abusive practice of “conversion therapy.” “No child should ever be subjected to the incredibly dangerous practice of so-called conversion therapy,” said HRC Legal Director Sarah Warbelow. Show More Summary
Netanyahu and Trump met yesterday. Here are the takeaways from the main issues that were covered following their short press conference. The post Takeaways from the Trump-Netanyahu Meeting appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.
HRC co-hosted a letter-writing campaign in College Station, Texas, this week to demonstrate the strong constituent opposition to SB 6 across the state of Texas. Residents sent nearly 100 letters to Texas lawmakers at the event, which was organized in partnership with the Pride Community Center. Show More Summary
PinkNews reported earlier this month that a pro-LGBTQ hashtag in Arabic has been trending in Saudi Arabia, a conservative Muslim theocracy and one of the most inhospitable places in the world for LGBTQ people. The hashtag, translated...Show More Summary
Today, HRC hailed a decision by the Washington State Supreme Court upholding state law prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ people by businesses providing services to the public. In the case of Ingersoll v Arlene's Flowers filedShow More Summary
The Human Rights Campaign joined thousands of marchers in downtown Raleigh on Saturday for the North Carolina NAACP's 11th annual HKonJ Moral March. HRC staff member Hope Jackson was on the ground in Raleigh with HRC Triangle steering...Show More Summary
SD LAWMAKERS ADVANCE BILL TO ALLOW TAXPAYER-FUNDED ANTI-LGBTQ DISCRIMINATION AT ADOPTION AGENCIES: Yesterday, HRC strongly condemned a vote by the South Dakota Senate Health and Human Services Committee advancing discriminatory legislation targeting LGBTQ people and other minorities. Show More Summary