Vice President Kamala Harris called the task force "an important step in safeguarding access to reproductive health care for women across the country." The post Justice Department Launches Reproductive Rights Task Force In Abortion Aftermath appeared first on NewsOne.
In response to the economy adding 372,000 jobs, Dr. Rakeen Mabud, Groundwork Collaborative's chief economist and managing director of policy, said that policymakers must consider thoughtful solutions to addressing inflation that does not jeopardize job growth.
With his rapidly deteriorating health, Shakur's legal team filed an emergency request for compassionate release at the end of June.
There is an ingrained racial and gendered bias in who is entitled to be seen as fun and relatable as an elected official.
"What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July?" Frederick Douglass asked in 1852. The answer remains elusive 170 years later as there are still many parallels today with what the great abolitionist described in his speech to white America delivered on July 5, 1852.
In his opening remarks, Biden said he would use the federal government's full power to oppose state-level efforts to restrict autonomy and invade personal medical decisions.
The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Americans' constitutional right to abortion in a landmark ruling that strikes down Roe v. Wade.
Ruby Freeman and her daughter, Wandrea Arshaye Moss, testified before the January 6 Committee, detailing the harassment and targeting that began between the 2020 general election and the 2021 Georgia Senate Runoff election. During her video testimony shared Tuesday, Freeman shared the horror of having the president use his platform and power to attack her by name. Both mother and daughter described fearing for their safety. Previous reports documented countless threats of violence, with no law enforcement agency intervening to protect them in the months after the election.
NewsOne compiled video examples of Black fathers doting on their children and flaunting their love by posting footage to social media of the interactions.
Secretaries of state are up for re-election in 26 states. Three Black women currently serve in the roles, including Tahesha Way in New Jersey and Leigh Chapman in Pennsylvania. They shared with NewsOne what it means to be a steward of democracy.
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