A Q&A with Emily Kaht: Why She Ran a Marathon Around NCAA Headquarters
During Selina’s Run this fall, Emily ran the length of a marathon in front of the NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana carrying a flag that read “Save Women’s Sports.”
This Issue Was Decided Over 60 Years Ago—But Now It’s Back at the Supreme Court
In 1958, the Supreme Court affirmed the First Amendment right of every American to free association. But now it needs to reaffirm this principle in 2021.
Generational Wins: How A Playground Helped Protect Religious Freedom
This is the first in a series of blog posts that will outline how some key courtroom victories help protect freedom in five critical areas.
See the Sketches: Supreme Court Oral Arguments Then Vs. Now
While it’s easy to see the differences between the oral arguments in Masterpiece and Uzuegbunam, the similarities shouldn’t be understated.
Why One Mom Dug Deeper into a School District Policy… And Eventually Sued
School officials singled out and silenced this third-grade girl—making her feel as if she had done something wrong.
4 Female Athletes Ready to Make a Stand in Court Again
Imagine how it would feel to show up to the starting line of a race, knowing you were going to lose.