# Human rights
Opinion: Where is Georgia on Abortion Since Roe v Wade was Overturned?
The short answer is that the state of Georgia has now enacted a gestational limit of 6 weeks. In other words, In the state of Georgia, abortion is legal up until 6 weeks of pregnancy. According to the New York Times. Which is round about when women actually find out that they are pregnant.
Troops who identify as transgender say a GOP bill may upend lives and harm the military
In the summer of 2021, Kora Delta was among the thousands of U.S. forces who assisted with the evacuation of more over 100,000 people from Afghanistan. A few months after the Biden administration reversed a Trump-era ban and made it clear that transgender persons might openly serve in the military, the mission occurred while she was still waiting for gender-affirming care.
NYPD Is Looking For A Suspect Who Violently Dragged And Tortured a Woman
The NYPD is looking for a suspect after they claim he dragged a woman in Brooklyn to a nearby driveway and tortured her. The suspect dragged a woman to a nearby driveway and forcefully raped her there. Around three in the morning on Saturday, the event took place in South Slope around 27th St. and 5th Ave. Police said that the suspect approached the 49-year-old victim as she was walking and struck up a discussion with her.
Are Kashmiri pundits really better off after the abrogation of Article 370?
The current status and political divisions are: India has control of about half the area of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir, which comprises Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, while Pakistan controls a third of the region, divided into two provinces, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan.
What does Wyoming's ban on abortion pills mean for the rest of the country?
The debate over abortion continues to boil in the United States. Except in circumstances of rape, incest, or if the mother's life is in danger, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has signed into law a bill that prohibits the use of abortion drugs. This action makes Wyoming the first state to ban abortion drugs, and it is anticipated that many other states will follow suit.
CA amendment would make housing a human right
STATEWIDE – Assemblyman Matt Haney, D-San Francisco introduced, Wednesday, ACA 10 – a measure that would make housing a constitutional right in California. If lawmakers approve the proposal, the constitutional amendment would be put on the ballot for vote.
One NYC Construction Worker Died And Others Were Injured After The Building Under Construction Collapse
At a demolition site in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday, a wall fell, killing one worker and injuring three more. At around one o'clock in the afternoon, firefighters and representatives from the New York City Department of Buildings arrived at the scene of the three-story commercial building on Lafayette Street.
The Story of The Girl Who Escaped North Korea
The author of the famous memoir, The Girl with Seven Names, Hyeon-Seo Lee, once lived in North Korea but she moved to Seoul, South Korea. Why would a girl, in her youth, change her identity and move to a country that she grew up believing was her country’s enemy?
The White Rose Resistance: The Students Who Fought Against Nazi Germany
The White Rose resistance group was formed in 1942 by Hans and Sophie Scholl. It was named after the white flower that grew on their family's front porch, where they had been hiding for months in a secret room behind a painting of a rose. The group was formed to oppose Nazi Germany and its policies by distributing leaflets calling attention to atrocities committed during World War II. Even though they lost their lives as teenagers fighting against Hitler's regime, their bravery will be remembered forever because they dared speak out against injustice—and even tried to take action against it!
Michigan Senate Votes to Enshrine LGBTQ+ Protections in State's Civil Rights Law, Marking a Historic Milestone
In a historic move, the Michigan Senate voted to enshrine LGBTQ+ protections in the state's civil rights law, marking a significant milestone for the LGBTQ+ community and advocates. The legislation adds sexual orientation and gender identity to the state's existing protections against discrimination based on religion, race, age, sex, and other factors.
The Impact of the Biden-Putin Summit on Ukraine: Analysis and Reactions
The Biden-Putin summit, which took place in Geneva, Switzerland on June 16, 2021, had significant implications for Ukraine, given its proximity to Russia and the ongoing conflict between the two countries. In this article, we will examine the impact of the summit on Ukraine, analyze the reactions of key players, and discuss the implications for the future.
Murder In Memphis
One on One with Islamic Activist John Cameron on the death of Tyre Nichols. 1. What do you feel contributed to the death of Tyre Nichols, and is it apart of a bigger problem?. The reasons for the death of Tyre Nichols can be seen as several or layered. From the point.
CIA's Use of "Rectal Feeding" Exposed by Whistleblower - Calls for Investigation and Accountability Grow
In a shocking revelation, a former C.I.A. medical officer has described and denounced the agency's practice of "rectal feeding" of prisoners. The officer, who has chosen to remain anonymous, has spoken out against the barbaric practice, which he says is a clear violation of medical ethics and human rights.
First Uyghurs, Now Tibetans Being Targeted For Forceful Assimilation In China
Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Chinese Communist PartyPhoto byPhilippines Department of Foreign Affairs via Wikimedia Commons. Since 2017, the Chinese government has been accused of arbitrarily detaining over a million Uyghur Muslims in reeducation camps in the region of Xinjiang in northwestern China. In addition to being detained by the Chinese government, these people have been subjected to human rights abuses such as forced labor and involuntary sterilization among others. The nature of these actions committed against the Uyghur population in Xinjiang has led to the United States and other countries labeling what China is doing as genocide. Despite information continuing to come to light about these events in China, a recent attempt to hold a debate at the United Nations Human Rights Council on China’s treatment of its Muslim population did not pass. For China’s part, it has continued to deny any of these abuses.
Police threatened her with a sledgehammer; Russian teenager facing jail for online posts criticizing war in Ukraine
A nineteen-year-old from the rural Arkhangelsk region in Russia has been added to the terrorist list that includes members from Isis, Taliban, and Al-Qaeda. Olesya Krivtsova is being accused of justifying terrorism by posting on Instagram about the Crimean bridge explosion as well as “ allegedly [making a] critical repost of the war in a student chat on the Russian social network VK.” She’s now under house arrest and must wear an ankle bracelet to track her movements. On her other ankle, she sports an anti-Putin tattoo.
New York's LGBTQ Protections: A High-Water Mark for Equality
New York state has long been at the forefront of LGBTQ rights and protections, and the recent high marks given to the state's efforts in this area are a testament to the hard work and dedication of advocates and lawmakers.
Taliban bans women from working at NGOs
In Afghanistan, the Taliban has further stifled women's rights by banning them from working at non-governmental organizations (NGOs). In a letter sent by the Ministry of Economy, the administration has ordered NGOs to prevent female staff members from coming to work. Failure to comply with the ruling would result in the organizations getting their licenses revoked.