It could bring tens of millions more voters to the polls — which is the problem for some.
Too many of us consider the act of talking about structural racism to be racist itself.
Privileging money and power over human rights is a feature of our entire legal system.
Television cameras carried the brutal images into America's living rooms.
Even those most receptive to an us-versus-them worldview are left scratching their heads.
Who knows the law — and who is expected (or not expected) to know it?
Today's struggle for LGBT rights, both home and abroad, will be a substantive element of the Obama legacy.
Three U.N. committees have issued statements of concern.
The U.S. Department of Justice should investigate, and act.
Activists, politicians and parents should push for greater participation and collective action that can make institutions more responsive and inclusive.