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In 1977, four years after the Supreme Court legalized abortion in Roe v. Wade, Rosie Jiménez had an illegal abortion. Jiménez was poor, and...

The Gazette’s article about the Amherst schools lacking accessibility comes as no surprise to Stavros or to the Amherst Disability Access Advisory...

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” — James BaldwinI’ve led dialogue groups in many...

NORTHAMPTON — It originated as a celebration of George Washington, our nation’s first president. This Presidents Day, a crowd of around 200...

In her column, Shaheen Pasha makes a good case against the prejudice/fear of foreign languages, all too common in this country and others. However,...

Recently, I read the special section in The New York Times entitled “Redefining Representation: The Women of the 116th Congress,” and I felt more...

Every night, I cuddle with my preschooler and I tell him he’s my prince. Not just my prince. Mera shehzaada. It’s the Urdu word for prince but...

In his recent column on the politics of abortion, Dr. Jay Fleitman asserts that fetuses can be viable well into the second trimester of gestation...

By WALTER LLOYD Before visiting a public space, have you ever had to consider that you may not be able to access it because the space is not...

I must preface this column with the attestation that this author supports individual rights, free of government intervention, and politically...

When I was a 20-year-old single mom living outside Washington, D.C. in my mom’s basement, I was acutely aware of the vast wealth divide between...

Well, transgender people are back in the news — thanks to the Trump regime. Trump, with the help of the Supreme Court, has banned transgender...

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