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Aug 13 2023
Since the U.S. Supreme Court rescinded constitutional protection of abortion a year ago, every state ballot measure affirming the right of women to make their own reproductive decisions has passed. Those states now include Ohio. Voters there rejected a proposal last night intended to make it harder to enshrine social issues like abortion in the state’s constitution.
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Think Tank / Policy Group
Jan 05 2018
The nation is deeply at odds over politics but one woman believes simple conversations can lessen the gap.U.S. News & World Report
Oct 04 2022
“Make sure to wear shoes, ladies. There’s glass everywhere.”
Or so the now-famous slogan goes. But putting aside historical moments of hope when the glass ceiling for women has become the glass floor, it’s been a rough few years for gender equality.
Women have suffered disproportionately throughout the pandemic; they are more likely to be the primary caregiver, carry the domesticForbes
Jan 18 2018
Should all speech be protected? Is some speech too hateful for the public sphere? When it comes to free speech on campus, the left and right diverge on how to move forward. But is there common ground?
This article is the first in a series representing a collaboration between The Saturday Evening Post and AllSides. The purpose of the series is to take a divisive issue and explore notBilly Binion
Nov 25 2023
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP) -- The two people killed when their car crashed into a border checkpoint in Niagara Falls and exploded in a fiery wreck were identified Friday as a western New York husband and wife whose family owns a lumber business and several hardware stores in the Buffalo area. The Niagara Falls Police Department named the couple as Kurt P. Villani and Monica Villani, both 53, ofJefferson City News Tribune
Nov 02 2016
Ninth in a 10-part weekly series. The Politics of US looks at polarizing topics to help deepen understanding of the issues – and respect for those with differing views. This installment looks at pockets of America where civility is prevailing.Christian Science Monitor
Apr 17 2023
Thousands of Americans are joining together April 17-23, 2023 to participate in the 6th annual National Week of Conversation.
The National Week of Conversation, or NWOC, invites Americans to attend events held by hundreds of organizations in an effort to help bridge the divide between different perspectives in the United States. NWOC is powered by the #ListenFirst Coalition of 500+AllSides Staff