In 2021, there were attempts to remove nearly 1,600 books from libraries, schools and universities — a four-fold increase over 2019.
Melinda Moulton vividly remembers the days before abortion was legal. She said she was 12 years old when her mother died after a botched hysterectomy, a result of not having access to safe abortion care.
Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin was expecting trouble after the November 2020 presidential election.
Could feeling bad be essential to feeling good?
Today, The Emancipator rises again. This modern version is a multimedia collaboration with The Boston Globe’s Opinion team and Boston University’s Center for Antiracist Research.
Censorship has been a deadly component of the pandemic, asserts Joel Simon, who is the co-author with Robert Mahoney of “The Infodemic: How Censorship and Lies Made the World Sicker and Less Free.”
Love Canal has become synonymous with corporate greed and toxic pollution.
Mayer often provokes the ire of those she exposes. The Koch Brothers hired investigators to smear her, and the subject of her most recent exposé tweeted her personal contact information in an attempt to intimidate her.
An unspoken driver of the affordable housing shortage, Seelig said, “has been the growth of income inequality as a key factor in leaving folks behind."
Laws targeting LGBTQ+ people are proliferating across the country. Some 240 anti-LGBTQ+ bills have so far been filed — more than three per day — mostly targeting transgender people.
For insight, we turned to Stuart Stevens, who knows Republican politics from the inside.
The land trust began with a simple goal of conserving land and supporting farmers. But with heightened awareness about equity and racial justice today, things are not so simple.
Education is the new frontline in America’s culture wars.
The renowned ski mountaineer, who was formally inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame this week, is the first person to ski from the highest peak on every continent.