By Leah M. Adams* As 2018 draws to a close, we are left with just one year to fulfil the 2020 vision of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), a set of goals for HIV prevention and treatment that was created by the White House in 2010, and then updated in 2015. To be sure, the priorities and action steps outlined in the NHAS are lofty, and include aims such as 1) … [Read more...] about A Progress Assessment on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Goals
Archives for November 2018
Alexandra Rawlings* Since European settlers arrived on Turtle Island (North America), they have attempted to assimilate and exterminate the Indigenous peoples of this land. The United States government policy of “kill the Indian, save the man” aimed to eradicate Native languages, sacred knowledge, and family (and thereby governmental) structure, and replace them with those … [Read more...] about Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty Education in Washington State
By Eric Allen Kauk* Last week voters in Florida passed a state constitutional amendment that automatically restored the right to vote to more than 1,000,000 people who were previously convicted of felonies, and who have successfully served their sentences. The amendment was widely-supported by many groups including the ACLU, the Koch brothers-backed Freedom Partners, and … [Read more...] about Who Will Gain From Florida’s 1,000,000 Restored-Felon Voters?