Why is the supreme court changing? Justice Stephen Breyer has announced his retirement, which is allowing the court to become more diverse? Read for information on Biden’s nominee and previous historic appointments to the Supreme Court.Read More ￼Hey Siri, why is it significant for this old white man to retire?
The long list of people failed by the American government continues to grow even as we approach 2022. Refugees, African Americans, and women are a few out of the bunch. Although the first two listed deserve their own blog post; Texas has made the conversation impossible to ignore. Texas and its undying efforts to turn […]Read More America, who do you care about?
A brief preface: Hello reader, this post will be featuring two of my fellow bloggers and friends, @thequeertexan and @theehotgirl, as we read Amy Phony Coney Barrett for filth, but also grip with the reality that us and many Americans may be facing in leui of her confirmation Monday. So, here are our thoughts: @thequeertexan: […]Read More Three Homeskillets on the Mess That is Amy Coney Barrett
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The Civil Rights Act of 1964 made it illegal for employers to discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. This week the United States Supreme Court announced that it will hear three cases that will help decide if this Act extends its employment protections to gay and transgendered people. In the past […]Read More Supreme Court Will Hear Cases From LGBTQ People Experiencing Employment Discrimination
A twelve-year-old girl pregnant from rape by her mother’s boyfriend. A fifteen-year-old high school student who would be forced by her parents to carry her unintended pregnancy to term. Desperate and terrified girls living in a state with less than twenty abortion clinics. These are the beginnings of their stories. These are the stories we […]Read More Abortion Stories: The Personal is Political
What’s up guys? Have you been keeping up with the news this week? Well let me tell you somethin’…some shit’s going down. Politics The Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs re-opened its doors this week after the deadly shooting back in November. Even after tragedy, PP continues to provide its much-needed services. After Supreme Court Justice […]Read More The 411 from your Funky Fresh Feminists
Earlier this semester, for a class assignment, I had to read a speech that Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote and gave. The speech was about being a woman, and more importantly, being a woman of color, and what that meant for her career and her goals. And since I read that speech, I’ve been […]Read More Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Sesame Street