The notion that massive voter fraud or irregularities exist in Texas elections is perilous, racist, and lacking evidence.
In the United States, legislation aimed at regulating interactions between racial or ethnic groups has grown through various historical periods.
The judicial system sentence more African Americans for non-offensive crimes while whites have committed the worst crimes.
The economic after-effects from the coronavirus pandemic guarantees to affect families throughout the United States and future decades for years to come.
America’s dominant cultural lens and narrative center on white persons and portray the country’s past primarily as a tale of social innovation and progress.
An Illinois teen has been arrested for a hate crime for allegedly placing a racist ad on Craigslist that included a photo of an African American classmate
The representative of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Dayton called on the Jewish public to avoid a Ku Klux Klan rally arranged for Saturday in the Ohio metropolis. Rabbi Ari Ballaban mentioned in a statement issued previously this week that a counter gathering planned to take place right next to the Honorable Sacred Knights, … Continue reading Jews in Dayton cautioned to keep away from the KKK rally
The Immigration Act of 1882 was a United States federal law signed by President Chester A. Arthur on August 3, 1882. It imposed a head tax on noncitizens for the United States who stumbled on American ports and restricted certain classes of people from immigrating to America, including criminals, the insane, or "any person unable … Continue reading The history of the Immigration Act in the United States
Anti-abortion activists and legislators appear to be against Roe v. Wade, and they are getting close to eliminating this case. All-male legislators in Alabama Senate voted to highlight this draconian abortion ban, without exceptions for rape or incest. The governor of this state is republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey. Ivey signs the bill. This bill … Continue reading Fight Draconian Anti-Abortion Laws
Missouri is sending a message to women, and it is time for women to stop being silent about the issue. Women's rights are at stake. The government should not legislate human bodies. If they do this cease to be a free society. Missouri's Republican-led Senate passed a bill to outlaw abortions at eight weeks of … Continue reading Missouri passes the strongest abortion bills in U.S.,sending a message to women in the state