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Civil disobedience actions demand an end to deportations

Immigrant rights activists blocked traffic on Main Street in front of the Hartford immigration office Monday.

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Supreme Court blocks Texas attempt to shut women’s health facilities

This will help keep America on the path toward greater equity and toward full recognition that women have the right to control their own bodies.

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This week in LGBTQ history: UN issues Free & Equal stamps

In February of this year, the United Nations Postal Administration (UNPA) issued a set of six stamps promoting the UN Free & Equal campaign.

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LGBTQ-Latino leader, Carlos Guillermo Smith, fights for Florida’s future

"This tragedy has impacted the central Florida LGBTQ community so much. It's got to be part of the conversation in the election cycle."

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Supreme Court in a split non-decision leaves millions in Limbo

"Today's ruling is a setback for a more humane and rational enforcement of our immigration laws."

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Native Americans defy Andrew Jackson Day Dinner

Tennessee Democrats may wish to reconsider their decision to commemorate one of the perpetrators of genocide against Native Americans.

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Vigils for the murdered will never cease under capitalism

The capitalist system promotes the cycle of violence in many ways and the preparation to become cannon fodder starts early in childhood.

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Baptists, citing another tradition in the South, denounce Confederate flag

Two recent, very different, actions illustrate that although those in power have tried to repress it, the tradition of fighting racism in the South runs as deep as the racism itself.

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“People's Summit” maps plans to continue Bernie’s “political revolution”

More than 3,000 progressive and community leaders and activists who backed Sanders in the primaries gathered here this weekend at the Peoples Summit.

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Grief and restoration: Finding the path to justice in Orlando

Chris Stephenson, a leader in Orlando's LGBTQ community, says there's "a new hum of collaboration," but it's going to take work to keep that spirit going.

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