Update: The Indiana Election Commission met on March 23 and enacted no-fault absentee voting. A victory for voters in these uncertain times! More on absentee voting and new primary deadl
As Hoosiers begin to take extra precautions against COVID-19, so too has Indiana state and local government.
In 2018, more than half of the people in Indiana county jails were awaiting trial and had not been convicted of a crime according to Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Many of them are in jail simply because they ca
Technological innovation often outpaces our ability to protect individual privacy. That is definitely true in the current moment. Our digital footprints can be tracked by the government and corporations in ways that were once unthinkable.
Let’s face it: the last few years have been exhausting.
The first Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) I attended in Indy was a polite, sedate affair. It was hosted by a big church downtown and just so happened to have zero trans people involved. A preacher said some really kind things about us and about our lost friends and family members.