In order to combat mass incarceration, America needs to address the school-to-prison pipeline, a system that affects black girls at an alarming rate.
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This week, Michele and Igor sit down with three guests to discuss President Trump's aggressive strategy of filling federal and lower courts with predominantly white male judges.
Comprehensive efforts are necessary to combat sexual harassment in all industries, particularly those with large low-wage and predominantly female workforces.
Women of color experiencing perinatal mood disorders often suffer in silence and lack access to mental health care. Mental health stigma must be dismantled and key interventions implemented at the policy and community levels.
There is a pervasive lack of sensitivity to the ways in which girls of color signal emotional distress—a widespread failure on the part of adults that results in too many girls falling through the cracks at school.
African American judges have been caught in the crossfire of the North Carolina legislature’s war on the judiciary.
House Republicans’ $151 billion gift to wealthy heirs would hurt hardworking families of color.
President Trump is picking lawyers and judges for lifetime seats on the federal courts who back voter suppression.
This week, Michele and Igor speak with Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela of the Futuro Media Group and discuss the progressive movement and gun violence.
Voter disenfranchisement laws are rooted in racism and run counter to the idea of redemption.
Prime-age Latinas make 57 cents to a prime-age white man’s dollar.
An analysis of extreme storms from 2011 through 2017 finds that these events disproportionately harm low- and middle-income Americans.
In this bonus episode, Michele and Igor sit down with social justice advocates Brittany Packnett and Rashad Robinson to address topics pertaining to race and privilege.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with former Attorney General Eric Holder to discuss Jeff Sessions' tenure at the helm of the Justice Department.
Low rates of repayment and high rates of default show a long road to higher education equity.