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News and Blog

Congress Can Fix The Student Loan Debt Crisis

Student loan debt's crushing weight is limiting millions across the country, and it's time Congress did something about it.    NPR recently published an article about how the amount of student loan debt in our country has more than doubled over the past decade,...

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SCOTUS Ruling Bans Transgender Individuals from Military

On July 26, 2017, on the 69th anniversary of President Harry S. Truman desegregating the United States military, the Trump administration announced that it would be banning transgender individuals from serving in the military. The policy, supported by then-Secretary...

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A Dream that Can No Longer be Deferred

We have moved from the era of civil rights to the era of human rights, an era where we are called upon to raise certain basic questions about the whole society. We have been in a reform movement… But after Selma and the voting rights bill, we moved into a new era,...

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