He's picking and choosing which allegations he fires back on, and his choices speak volumes.
Three acts of mass terror in the United States took place in the span of about a month, and this is the most consistent factor among them all.
The bill requires niqab- and burka-wearing women to uncover their faces while receiving government services.
There is an underlying colorist tendency here that gets perpetuated through simple everyday interactions and larger social situations as well.
It's 2017, but we are still fighting for our right to safe, legal, unobstructed abortions.
White Americans lose their minds over the removal of Confederate statues, but don't care about the demonization of black history.
Yes, you read that right.
"Not in our town, not in our state, we don't want your Nazi hate"
I spend days thinking about what might have happened. How I could have responded differently. If I’d been more aggressive.
This Senate bill would positively impact incarcerated women's health, children, general treatment, and finances.
"What Were You Wearing?" forces people to look at the reality of rape culture - and confront their own understanding of assault.
No woman's health choices should be dictated by a boss and no woman's health should EVER be dictated by Trump.