Tag Archives: Supreme Court
By Saira Khan | Published: September 26, 2012
TweetFifty-five years ago today Little Rock Central High School was integrated. On May 17, 1954 the Supreme Court ruled on Brown v. Board of Education and ended de jure segregation. The ruling was protested by civilians and government officials. The outcry from white Americans was violent. It took nearly three years to start implementing the historic ruling. It’s important to [...]
By Baron | Published: November 6, 2011
TweetThere’s been a fair amount of coverage recently regarding the demographics of Occupy Wall Street. The surveys reflect what can be gleaned from a quick glance around Zuccotti Park: the Occupiers are mostly male, and mostly white. One of the many criticisms of the movement is its failure to adequately include the voices of women [...]
By Michelle Haimoff | Published: June 24, 2011
There is a base level of misogyny in corporate America that’s larger than any of the individual corporations that comprise it.