In this exclusive interview, well-known Russian journalist Oleg Kashin, who was nearly beaten to death in 2010, talks with The New Civil Rights Movement about Vladimir Putin’s revenge against the West and a potential boycott of the Sochi Games.
Bridget Wilson, one of America’s top lawyers practicing military law, presents the revolutionary ways life will change for gay service members and their families in a post-DOMA world, although some significant problems remain
West Point’s latest scandal is symptomatic of a more basic problem–it is structually sexist, evidenced in women’s low numbers as cadets and staff and compounded by the Army’s under utilization of women and refusal to increase their numbers
Today marks the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) when momentum to advance marriage equality in the United States is rapidly moving forward, while US evangelicals have shifted their focus to exporting hatred toward LGBTQ people internationally.
Hillary Clinton departs her post as Secretary of State today to an unknown future. While millions of supporters wish her well, she no doubt deserves to take a long rest, as many fervently hope for a Clinton presidential run in 2016