LA’s Skid Row Community Celebrates Opening of Center’s New Home

June 23, 2017

Medicaid Support for Poor Families Threatened On Several Fronts

June 22, 2017

Senate Health Care Bill Slashes Medicaid, as Protests Start

Freeman Hrabowski Reflects on Race, Peace and Trust in Baltimore

June 19, 2017

Peace Is Coming: Art Unites Baltimore Youth and Police

The Latest News in Trump’s America

June 15, 2017

Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Has Not Cost Jobs, Report Finds

Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Has Not Cost Jobs, Report Finds

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle’s $15-an-hour minimum wage law has boosted pay for restaurant workers without costing jobs, according to a study released June 20.  The report, from the University of California at Berkeley’s Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, is certain to add to…

An Act of Courage: The Fight to Vote in Gould

An Act of Courage: The Fight to Vote in Gould

GOULD, Ark. — The last time there was a presidential election in this cotton-farming town of 818 souls, William El-Amin, the former local police chief, noticed something unusual. El-Amin, now 38, grew up in Little Rock. He had worked there as a probation and parole…

For Father’s Day: A Dad Reflects on His Son and Juvenile Justice

For Father’s Day: A Dad Reflects on His Son and Juvenile Justice

As the U.S. celebrates Father’s Day 2017, Equal Voice News is reposting this August 2014 essay from Ernest Johnson, a New Orleans criminal justice reform advocate. He is a father and grandfather.  “Those who love peace must learn to organize as effectively as those who…

SB 4 Lawsuit: Texas Immigration Law Violates U.S. Constitution

SB 4 Lawsuit: Texas Immigration Law Violates U.S. Constitution

The battle over a controversial new law in Texas that targets sanctuary cities and undocumented immigrant families keeps growing, with the ACLU of Texas filing the latest lawsuit June 5 that challenges the statute. In the suit, the ACLU of Texas argues the statute, SB 4,…