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Feeling Tokenized? Here’s What You Should Do

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Racism is one of those monsters that changes its face and mimics itself in all social spaces. Sometimes we simply don't notice when gestures...

Biden Restores Health Protections for LGBTQ+ Community

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The LGBTQ+ community has started the week with some of the best news in years: the federal government will once again guarantee health protections...

It’s Never Too Late to Say ‘Sorry,’ IBM Recognizes Transgender Employee...

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Today, calling people by their chosen pronouns is considered a mandatory act of courtesy. Half a century ago, being part of the LGBTQ collective...

Here’s Why Discrimination Against Latinos is Nothing New in America

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It’s hard to ignore the constant social injustices and hate-fueled harm being inflicted upon Latinos. It’s all over your newsfeed. It’s happening at the...

Sephora Will Close Down All U.S. Operations to Hold Diversity Training,...

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Sephora locations all over the country will be closing down for an hour to hold an on-the-clock diversity training session for its employees. The...

Houston Judge’s Bilingual Public Address of Chemical Fire Told to “Speak...

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Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo had been addressing the crowd in both Spanish and English when Mark Tice, the commissioner of neighboring Chambers County,...

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Christian B&B Owner Who Refused to...

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The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by a bed & breakfast owner who was charged with discriminatory business practices for refusing to rent...

U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team File Gender Discrimination Lawsuit Against U.S....

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Last week, the entire women’s national soccer team filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation for “institutionalized gender discrimination.” The 28 plaintiffs, who...

Senator Cory Booker Reintroduces Marijuana Justice Act, With Support of Fellow...

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Come the Democratic presidential debates, you can expect little to no debate over whether marijuana should be legalized at the federal level. Five Democratic...

Lagerfeld’s Legacy: He Was Good at What He Did, But Did...

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Depending on which tributes or publications you read, the late designer Karl Lagerfeld was either a forward-looking, no-filter, cultural and creative mastermind, or a...

Black Hair is Beautiful… and Now Protected By Groundbreaking New York...

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The New York City Commission on Human Rights will be announcing legislation this week that prohibits discrimination of people based on their hairdos. This...

Ana Suda and Martha Hernandez Are Our Heroes for Filing ACLU...

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Ana Suda and Martha Hernandez were chatting in line at a convenience store in the small town of Havre, Montana, when the man behind...