The debate over abortion and the next Supreme Court justice is of high importance to many young Americans.
“We’re seeing representatives from all communities such as Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ, reproductive rights advocates, come in solidarity for Muslims,” She says. “At the core of it all, the people of this country will not stand for it.”
On the one hand, there is history to Asians being discriminated against in the U.S. But, on the other hand, some people wonder if the lawsuits, which target race-based admissions, could make schools less diverse.
In the podcast this week, we tackle the state of transgender rights. Where do we stand? What has changed? And how do young people feel about it?
Originally aired on NPR’s All Things Considered on February 15, 2016 In 2012, The United States Supreme Court ruled that…
Liz Mair is a Republican political strategist. She led online communications for the Republican National Committee, worked on Governor Rick Perry’s presidential campaign and Governor Scott Walker’s recall election.
Surprisingly, today’s Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage is a victory for her. Mair is a member of the Young Conservatives for the Freedom To Marry campaign, and she doesn’t think it will be long until all states allow gay and lesbian couples to marry.
In Michigan, inmates serving life sentences for crimes they committed as juveniles have been riding a legislative rollercoaster. Ever since…