Marshall Fitz gives the basics on Alabama's super stringent law and its consequences for the state.
Read the full transcript Read a portion of the transcript: Thank you so much. I must tell you that, as an attorney and someone who now teaches law. It is truly an honor to be at Yale. Because, in so many ways, Harper Fowler was the personification of a progressive legal scholar. Today, I think...
Some local government are sending absentee ballot applications to all registered voters, ensuring that more Americans can safely vote during the pandemic.
Fighting Systemic Racism in K-12 Education: Helping Allies Move From the Keyboard to the School Board
The surge of new allies in the Black Lives Matter movement for racial justice presents a welcome opportunity to implement systemic changes in the U.S. K-12 education system—and allies should start by following the lead of communities that are Black, Indigenous, and people of color.
Lawmakers should slow down the legislative process and get more information before voting on new criminal offenses.
Download a spreadsheet to see how much funding each U.S. college can receive through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, by institution type, state, and other groupings.
As the Trump administration gears up to blame rising coronavirus cases on the protests for racial justice, Americans must recognize that patronizing newly reopened indoor businesses, such as bars and casinos, carries greater risk with less urgency and purpose.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, heat waves will present an even deadlier public health threat than usual, further exacerbating racial and economic injustices.
Black and multiracial parents are more likely than white parents to experience child care-related job disruptions.
This resource guide serves as an update to "News You Can Use: Research Roundup for Re-Entry Advocates," providing new information and links to additional criminal justice reform resources.
State and federal governments have been making huge strides in advancing automatic record-clearance measures, which are needed now more than ever as a global health crisis launches the United States into its second recession in just more than a decade.
As the U.S. Economy Recovers, National Service Can Keep Vulnerable Young Workers Engaged in the Workforce
Policymakers should expand national service as part of a broader jobs strategy to help young workers weather the recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Upcoming Kosovo-Serbia talks at the White House raise concerns that by cutting out the European Union, the Trump administration may sacrifice the region’s long-term stability for a political win.
Implementing a more robust set of interventions in the workforce and employment ecosystem will help springboard individuals back to work immediately and improve the quality of jobs.
The 21st anniversary of the Olmstead v. L.C. Supreme Court decision, which is occurring in the midst of a pandemic, is the perfect time to discuss the importance of home and community-based care.
Many people who lose their jobs during the pandemic are relying on the ACA for health insurance.
Emergency Health Coverage for the Unemployed and Uninsured in Response to the Pandemic and Economic Crisis
To guarantee immediate coverage for all of the unemployed, Congress should pass legislation to rapidly enroll them in Medicaid.