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What The Nazis’ Attacks On Trans People Tell Us About Today
Historians are learning more about how the Nazis targeted trans people
Tapas And Social Revolutions
Or, how a little plate of food has me thinking about big changes throughout history
New Anti-Trans Laws Will Hurt Indigenous Peoples’ Rights And Religious Expression
By ignoring the long Indigenous histories of integrating multiple gender identities consecrated by the divine, legislatures are bound to cause both individual suffering and the diminishing of Indigenous peoples’ rights to practice their own religions.
The False Equivalence Between The ‘Far Right’ And The ‘Hard Left’
Throughout the debt-ceiling crisis, news reports have wrongly suggested that each party's activist wings balance one another out.
Dancers At LA Topless Bar Unionize, Joining Servers And Baristas In New Labor Movement
The move means Star Garden the first unionized strip club since the now-defunct Lusty Lady in San Francisco and Seattle.
‘Greedflation,’ Conspiracy Theories, And Conspiracy
A different sort of take on 'greedflation.'
WH Plan To Combat Antisemitism Takes On Centuries Of Hatred, Discrimination And Lynching In America
The antisemitism the White House hopes to combat today rests on the history of the lynching of Leo Frank and much more.
GOP’s Proposed Expansion Of Work Requirements Targets Low-Income People In Their Early 50s Who Already Work
The GOP bill is grounded in a belief that people who get SNAP benefits and aid through other assistance programs are not employed but capable of working, and that enforcing work requirements can increase employment and earnings. That’s a misconception.