Meg Sri

Meg is a law student in California. She's interested in law and politics, intersectional feminism, criminal justice, human rights, freedom of the press, the law and feminism, and the politics of South Asia.

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Why Airline Companies Should Step Up And Fight Against Trump’s Executive Order

A group of human rights experts, scholars and faculty from 9 law schools have written a letter to European airline companies urging them not to participate in President Trump’s immigration ban.

A group of human rights experts, scholars and faculty from 9 law schools have written a letter to European airline companies urging them not to participate in President Trump’s immigration ban.

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Dear Senate Democrats: Any Chance Of You Growing a Spine?

The Democratic Party has increasingly proven, through the onset of the Trumpocalypse, that it lacks the courage, commitment and conviction to be the party of the people that it purports to be.

The Democratic Party has increasingly proven, through the onset of the Trumpocalypse, that it lacks the courage, commitment and conviction to be the party of the people that it purports to be.

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Happy MLK Day! Five Facts To Refute The Sanitization Of Martin Luther King’s Legacy

It’s a metaphor for the complexities of contemporary America that a week that begins with celebrating one of the country’s most heroic Black activists will end with the inauguration of a racist, fascist, authoritarian white leader.

It’s a metaphor for the complexities of contemporary America that a week that begins with celebrating one of the country’s most heroic Black activists will end with the inauguration of a racist, fascist, authoritarian white leader.

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Please, 2017, Give Us This: Chelsea Manning Could Be Freed In The Next Eight Days

Trans activist, author, and civil liberties advocate Chelsea Manning, who is currently serving a thirty-five year prison sentence for disclosing classified documents to Wikileaks, may finally be granted reprieve.

Trans activist, author, and civil liberties advocate Chelsea Manning, who is currently serving a thirty-five year prison sentence for disclosing classified documents to Wikileaks, may finally be granted reprieve.

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Sorry Gov. Kasich, No Cookies: Ohio’s 20-Week Abortion Ban Is Still Unconstitutional

Gov John. Kasich on Wednesday signed a bill into law that would ban abortions 20-weeks after conception: a reprehensible and clearly unconstitutional move designed to blatantly flout Supreme Court precedent.

Gov John. Kasich on Wednesday signed a bill into law that would ban abortions 20-weeks after conception: a reprehensible and clearly unconstitutional move designed to blatantly flout Supreme Court precedent.

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