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SCOTUS Decision in Kennedy v Bremerton Pokes Another Hole in the Curtain Between Church and State. Texans Should be Wary.
July 1, 2022
In siding with former high school football coach Joe Kennedy, who repeatedly led his players in prayers immediately after games, the court is inviting public school teachers to impose their religious beliefs on students. This decision further erodes church-state separation, the cornerstone of religious freedom and a core tenet of our democracy, which ensures we are all treated equally no matter our religion or belief.
Statement: Post-Roe, Our Communities Will Continue to Build Power and Support Abortion Access for All
June 24, 2022
AUSTIN, Texas - The Supreme Court of the United States today released a ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. Within 30 days, abortion care will be banned in the state of Texas.
What Pride Means to Us
June 23, 2022
It's Pride Month, and we sat down with three Texas Rising student leaders to talk about what Pride means to them, how the work of TFN and Texas Rising fights for queer liberation, and finding community and acceptance in a state where LGBTQIA+ rights are under constant attack. Pride is still a protest–but young progressive leaders like Mireya Garcia, Ric Galvan, and José Pablo (JP) Rojas remind us that there's so much to celebrate as well.
A Timeline of Roe & Abortion Access in America: Abortion before Roe, during Roe, and What Comes After Roe
June 22, 2022
Roe v. Wade has been the law of the land for almost 50 years. Many of us do not know a time without it, and we’re left wondering: What was abortion access like before Roe, during Roe, and what could it be like after Roe?
An Ally’s Guide To Juneteenth: What True Black Allyship Should Look Like Today And Frankly, Every day.
June 17, 2022
For many Black Americans, that’s about all it is—symbolic. But a few things remain true about what today—and everyday that’s not Juneteenth—should look like for Black Americans.