A growing number of tribal leaders and organizations affirm two-spirit tribal citizens through policy and action.
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This interactive map of the United States highlights Native American tribes' historical terms for two-spirit people, which refers to the historical and current indigenous people whose individual spirits are a blend of female and male spirits.
The new administration can take several steps to help vulnerable communities reduce climate change risks and expand economic opportunities in the face of extreme weather.
Justice Ginsburg’s rant about Colin Kaepernick proves that even the best allies sometimes stumble when walking the walk.
Women and people of color face significant structural barriers to starting a small business and have lower rates of business ownership, but progressive policies that expand access to capital and support entrepreneurial education can help overcome these barriers.
A look into the enrollment at public colleges shows that the doors to top public universities remain closed to many black and Latino students.
Accelerating demographic forces make increasing diversity on college faculties all the more important.
Will fundamentals trump the candidates in determining the election outcome—or vice versa?
The U.S. Supreme Court affects the everyday lives of people of color, but communities of color can also shape the Court by voting in November.
Expanding the work-family narrative to be more inclusive of women’s diverse experiences is essential to developing policies responsive to the needs of all women.
Cutbacks to the nation’s federal election observer program have created an even greater need for community election protections.
For 40 years, the Hyde Amendment has perpetuated inequality by blocking access to safe, legal abortion for low-income women and women of color on Medicaid.
Students of color continue to be underrepresented in rigorous and selective academic programs, and schools must work to ensure that talented students of color are adequately supported and challenged.
Social and institutional barriers are keeping African American students from the ranks of gifted and talented programs.
Voters of color in Alabama and Texas are suing their states, claiming that they have no representation in judicial elections.