It’s Nearly Impossible to Comprehend Bill Russell’s Greatness
Trump Got Burned by a Major Mistake in His First Term. He Won’t Make It Again.
“This Black Man Was Not Gonna Stand Before the Supreme Court and Say, I’m Here to Win an Easy Case.”
The End of Roe Means We Need a New Civil Right to Privacy
Happy the Elephant’s Case Offers Key Lessons for the Future of Animal Rights
After a Harsh Supreme Court Decision on Immigrant Rights, Advocates and Lawyers Have Two Key Questions
The “Newly Constituted Court” Keeps Obliterating Civil Rights, Sotomayor Warns
The Extraordinary Hypocrisy Behind Republicans’ War on the Right to Marry
A History Lesson For the Millions of Americans Who Depend on “Unenumerated Rights”.
The Critique of Ketanji Brown Jackson That Fundamentally Misunderstands the Constitution
The Alarming Legal Strategy Behind a SCOTUS Case That Could Undo Decades of Civil Rights Protections
How Texas Came Up With Its New Anti-Trans Directive
Texas’ Attack on Trans Kids
What Does Madison Cawthorn Have in Common With Ex-Confederates?
When Should a Homeless Person in San Francisco Lose the Right to Care for Themselves?
How Sidney Poitier Sold Civil Rights to White America
Johnny Cash Is a Hero to Americans on the Left and Right. But His Music Took a Side.
What History Can Tell Us About Protest in an Era of Vigilante Violence
Defendants in Charlottesville Trial Mounted an Incoherent Defense. What Will Jurors Make of It?
White Supremacists Have Returned to Charlottesville in Another Attempt to “Unite the Right”