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Abortion decision cherry-picks history – when the US Constitution was ratified, women had much...

By Maurizio Valsania, Università di Torino Justice Samuel Alito appears spellbound by the 19th century. In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the decision Alito wrote...

Reflections on America’s Independence Observance

By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint Because of where America stands today on the ever present issue of race,...

Roe v Wade, Voter Suppression, and “We” The Voters

We should not get overwhelmed with the magnitude of the attacks but rather understand and remember that our votes represent the solutions to preserving...

What America’s voting rights activists can learn from past movements for civil rights

By Anthony Siracusa, University of Colorado Boulder, The Conversation With Congress failing to pass new voting rights legislation, it’s worth remembering that throughout U.S. history,...

Critical race theory: What it is and what it isn’

By David Miguel Gray, University of Memphis U.S. Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana sent a letter to fellow Republicans on June 24, 2021, stating: “As...