Ever since NC enacted restrictions on when, where, and how people could vote—restrictions that disproportionately harmed students, the poor, and people of color—civil rights activists have been fighting back.
Tag: U.S. Supreme Court
Neil Gorsuch has ruled against students with disabilities in 8 out of 10 cases.
“This is a public school and everybody is welcome as they are. The onus is on us to make any accommodations within our human power to help all of our students feel safe and happy.”
“Schools are safe havens. We are not immigration agents, therefore we will not be checking papers for legal status. We will continue to educate and protect our students.”
“It’s about the future of our country and making sure our students have a system they can trust and eventually lead.”
“Demonstrate that America’s leaders can put aside their differences to do their jobs. For the sake of the students who are the future of America, we urge you to hold a hearing and up-or-down vote.”
“I am committed to supporting DREAMer students by continuing to advocate for them:” TX teacher Areli Zárate.
Educators use social and electronic media to urge lawmakers to fill vacancy on U.S. Supreme Court.
“I am speaking out today for the millions who want nothing more than to walk out of the shadows and into a future”: Texas high school teacher Areli Zárate
The Friedrichs case is about corporate interests that want to make it even harder for teachers, firefighters, nurses and sanitation workers to come together, speak up for their communities.