Forward Together is working to provide paid time off for all families, create safer…
Forward Together works to ensure all Oregon families have the rights, recognition and resources they need to thrive. We work with women of color and trans/nonbinary individuals and their families on healthcare access, rights for all families, and building safe communities. One way we build power is by working to change laws and policies in Oregon.
When transgender women are murdered, their deaths are often sensationalized. Raquel Willis explains what happens beyond the headlines.
We’re looking for passionate advocates who want to shift culture through writing and storytelling.
When straight, cisgender black men are attacked, there’s an uproar. But where’s that same energy for black transgender women?
Trans servicemembers and their supporters are experiencing a range of emotions from fear, to anger, to disappointment.
The push for a national Martin Luther King holiday prompted a fierce political tug-of-war, on campus and off.
It’s a timely, connective, and expansive book; one that calls us to remember that the Black freedom struggle is an ongoing labor movement in places far and wide.
Trump’s new rule forces families to choose between public aid or permanent status.
Who’s Who? covers some general information about how Georgia state government works across all three state branches, legislative, executive, and judicial. It also covers local governments. All of the positions featured in the Who’s Who? —both elected and appointed — impact families in our state.