Native American Heritage Month

By Kristin Michaud (Anishinaabe) & Shannon Kilpatrick

With the recent release of Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon, and in honor of Native American Heritage Month, we are exploring how equality and equity rely on accurate representation of a people, culture, and event.  Native people have...

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Hispanic Heritage Month

By Furhad Sultani

Hispanic Heritage Month, observed annually from September 15th to October 15th, recognizes the rich cultural contributions, history, and achievements of Hispanic and Latinx communities in the United States. This month-long observance serves as a reminder of the remarkable impact these diverse and dynamic cultures have made on the nation.

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“Today is a sad day in American constitutional law and in the lives of LGBT people.”

So says Justice Sotomayor today. I had prepared a nice post about another important LGBTQI+ civil rights case here in Washington, known as the Arlene’s Flowers case. In that case, a flower shop refused to provide floral services to a gay couple for their wedding because the...

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