“SCOTUS to hear case that could set back Latino voting power” Reply


MSNBC

SCOTUS_vs_LATINO_VOTING_POWER_2015-05-26_1759

“Keeping Truth Legal: It Is Our Right to Film Police” Reply


HUFFINGTON POST

FILM_THE_POLICE_2015-05-26_0246

“Ireland poised to make history with gay marriage vote” Reply


MSNBC

EQUALITY_2015-05-22_0423

“6 Baltimore police officers indicted in Freddie Gray’s death” Reply


MSNBC

INDICTED_2015-05-22_0359

“How Same-Sex Couples In Massachusetts Are Schooling The Nation On Gay Marriage, Parenting — And Divorce” Reply


HUFFINGTON POST

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 29:  Gay couple Peter McGraith and David Cabreza are greeted by well-wishers after being married shortly after midnight at Islington Town Hall in one of the UK's first same-sex weddings on March 29, 2014 in London, England. Same sex couples have been able to enter into 'civil partnerships' since 2005, however following a change in the law in July 2013 gay couples are now eligible to marry in England and Wales. A number of gay couples have arranged for their wedding ceremonies to take place shortly after midnight on March 29, 2014 to become some of the first to take advantage of the new law. Parliament's decision to grant same sex couples an equal right to marriage has been met with opposition from religious groups. Gay marriage is currently being debated in Scotland, however the Northern Ireland administration has no plans to make it law.  (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images)

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – MARCH 29: Gay couple Peter McGraith and David Cabreza are greeted by well-wishers after being married shortly after midnight at Islington Town Hall in one of the UK’s first same-sex weddings on March 29, 2014 in London, England. Same sex couples have been able to enter into ‘civil partnerships’ since 2005, however following a change in the law in July 2013 gay couples are now eligible to marry in England and Wales. A number of gay couples have arranged for their wedding ceremonies to take place shortly after midnight on March 29, 2014 to become some of the first to take advantage of the new law. Parliament’s decision to grant same sex couples an equal right to marriage has been met with opposition from religious groups. Gay marriage is currently being debated in Scotland, however the Northern Ireland administration has no plans to make it law. (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images)

“Republicans reject another way to expand voting access”


MSNBC

ONLINE_VOTING_2015-05-15_0437

“All white upstate New York police pull over and draw guns on four big, scary black … officers”


DAILY KOS

WHITE_COPS_BLACK_COPS_2015-05-11_1432

“Absolutely unimaginable this could happen in America” 1


DAILY KOS

eckert_copy

“Confederate flag prom photo: racism or ignorance?”


CNN

PROM_PHOTO_2015-05-09_0339

“Juan Williams: Republicans and racial resentment”


THE HILL

GETTY IMAGE

GETTY IMAGE