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04/17/2014 – It wasn't long ago that President Obama announced on Reddit, "We will fight hard to make sure that the internet remains the open forum for everybody - from those who are expressing an ...
04/17/2014 – We know that cuts to early voting are bad for voters. But just how bad are they?
04/16/2014 – When we were little, we used to tell our mama she had good ears. My little sister and I would whisper under the covers in our bed after lights out, and somehow mom could always hear us. ...
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04/11/2014 – Everyone should go see Anita, a recently released documentary that revolves around Anita Hill's controversial 1991 Senate hearing on the nomination of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme ...
A Hard-Earned Trust in Peril at Guantánamo
4/17/2014 | Blog | Detention, Torture | Guantánamo
NSA Surveillance Unravels International Law
4/17/2014 | Blog | Human Rights, Secrecy, Surveillance & Privacy | NSA
The Long and Short of Voting Lines in North Carolina
4/17/2014 | Blog | Ballot Access, Organization News and Highlights, Promoting Access | Voter Suppression
After 17 Years, I'm Bringing My Little Sister Home from Prison
4/16/2014 | Blog | Criminal Law Reform | Life Without Parole
Photographers' Rights At Issue As Arizona Community Rises Up Against "Occupying Army" of Border Patrol Agents
4/16/2014 | Blog | Consumer Privacy, Internet Privacy, Real ID, Right to Protest | Border Search
Why Everyone Should Read This Week's <em>Cosmo</em>. No, Seriously.
4/16/2014 | Blog | Criminal Law Reform | Overincarceration
How Racial Bias Corrupts Juries
4/16/2014 | Blog | Capital Punishment, Defending Targets of Discrimination, Racial Justice | Racial Justice
NYPD Shutters Muslim Mapping Unit – But What About Other Tactics?
4/15/2014 | Blog | Discrimination, Free Exercise of Religion, Organization News and Highlights, Surveillance & Privacy | NYPD Muslim Surveillance
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