Court Upholds Previous Ruling That Twin Son of Gay, Jewish, Married Couple Born Abroad Is U.S. Citizen from Birth
Both courts found that the State Department had wrongly interpreted the Immigration and Nationality Act.
What Ginsburg Meant to a Jewish UCLA Law Professor
“Ginsburg was someone who was a model for many generations of law students and lawyers — [combining] scholarly precision with activism for social justice.”
Actress Tovah Feldshuh on Playing RBG and Meeting the Justice in Her Chambers
“Ruth was a tiny woman but as they say in [Shakespeare’s] ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream,’ ‘though she be but little, she was fierce.’ “
Parents Commemorate Anniversary of Their Teenagers’ Death with Fundraiser for Black Lives Matter: ‘Nobody’s Kids Should Die.’
“Our privilege is apparent even in our devastation.”
For Mother’s Day, Amy Klein Discusses Her Book on Infertility ‘The Trying Game’
While it’s a day to honor all mothers, it also behooves us to take a moment to remember that there are those who are desperately still waiting to become moms.
An Appreciation: KCRW’s Matt Holzman and Me
You may not have known Matt personally, but if you ever listened to KCRW, you knew his voice.