The Supreme Court has broadly been used as a right-wing tool to eliminate rights and opportunities for large groups of people
Affirmative action was a victory of a radical racial justice movement from below. It just got overturned.
The Court including several conservative justices decided to reject “independent state legislature theory,” which threatened to virtually overturn the popular vote
The ultraconservative Supreme Court appears poised to force the burden of USD 1.6 trillion in federal student loan debt back onto tens of millions of workers
Through Moore v. Harper, the US Supreme Court could eviscerate popular voting rights. Peoples Dispatch spoke to Brian Becker of the PSL for clarity on the stakes
On October 8, thousands of people took to the streets across the US in defense of reproductive rights
Three days after the Supreme Court eliminated federal abortion rights, a doctor received a call about a pregnant, 10-year-old rape victim. The doctor was not permitted to perform an abortion.
A few days following the Supreme Court decision, an uneven patchwork of abortion bans across the country only reenforces existing inequality
Joyce Chediac of the feminist organization Redstockings talks about the recent US Supreme Court verdict that removes federal abortion rights and the history and possibly futures of organizing for reproductive justice
In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the rail workers’ strike in the UK, copper workers’ protest in Chile, a US Supreme Court ruling on guns, and a report on famine in Somalia
Almost two months after the draft decision was leaked to US media, Supreme Court rules 6-3 to overturn historic Roe decision
Today we look at the Israeli High Court ruling on mass expulsions in Masafer Yatta; a severe anti-abortion law advanced in Louisiana, US; and more