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worland@time. On the effect of the lingering strike embarked upon by judiciary workers, Eastern Slovakia Yuri Dojc A Mikva in Bardejov, Contact us at editors@time. Even while some criticized the platform, walking in the New York City Pride Parade last month and supporting laws that would make illegal to discriminate against people based on sexual orientation. LGBT Republicans expressed dismay at the platform and the recent spate of legislation introduced in states intended to restrict access to bathrooms based on an individual’s physical sex at birth “I think this is the nadir of where the party’s been where really the socially conservatism has been the engine” said Jennifer Williams a transgender woman and honorary Republican delegate from New Jersey “It’s not a fringe but I don’t think it’s as big as it looks on TV” Cynthia Coffman the Republican attorney general for Colorado who spoke at the brunch said she was “ashamed” by the party’s direction “As a Republican I confess my deep disappointment in a party platform that looks backward rather than looking forward” she said American Unity Fund a conservative super PAC founded by conservative hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer ran a digital advertisement in North Carolina targeted at the state’s controversial HB 2 law which passed earlier this year and requires individuals to only use restrooms that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates Republicans at the American Unity Fund brunch said they believed that younger party members would change the party’s values Nate a 16-year-old from Dawsonville Georgia wore a bright red “Make America Great Again” hat to the American Unity Fund brunch “If you’re going to talk about Ronald Reagan and all these guys you also have to believe what they believed in” he said “I think it’s time we put our differences aside and agree that everyone’s created equal” Speaking at the brunch Jenner too said she was “hopeful” about the party’s future “I would tell the Republicans I would tell Donald there are people out there who have been marginalized for so many years” Jenner said “We need to deal with it properly We need to be open about it It is about the kids its about the next generation growing up” Contact us at editors@timecomBritain just loves confirming the worst about itself Our tabloids thrive on stories that portray the country as a teeming mass of greedy migrants and workshy idlers run by a parliament of elites in alliance with a small uber-class of the 1% The truth is rather more complex than that of course but no newspaper will go broke telling Brits that their country’s gone to the dogs Take Fraser Nelson’s bleak diagnosis in The Spectator of how Britain compares to the poorest states in the US, Jr. we must also remember that his message of unity and equality for all people is no less relevant or urgent now than it was during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s We still witness widespread marginalization and disenfranchisement of African Americans and other minority groups economically and in the educational and criminal justice systems We still live in a nation in which African-American children are orders of magnitude more likely to live in poverty to go hungry to be incarcerated or be killed We still allocate too many of our national resources to monitoring and punishing minorities and too few to empowering them to be fully vested members of society We have come far in the last 50 years but today we must remember that we still have so far to go More than 50 years ago in his immortal speech at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in front of 250000 people from all backgrounds races and faiths Dr King declared that: "Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of Gods children" Pointedly he did not call for justice only for African Americans but for all people as an inalienable right As such today we remember that the struggles of all who are oppressed are inextricably bound together and that as Dr King insisted: "We cannot walk alone" Injustice is an indiscriminate opponent In the last year it has become vividly clear that the force of this injustice has also fallen on the American Muslim community Islamophobia and hatred toward those of the Muslim faith has increased to an unprecedented degree Since the Paris terror attacks the San Bernardino shootings and the inflammatory anti-Muslim rhetoric of public figures like Donald Trump and Ben Carson there has been an unprecedented spike in Islamophobic incidents nationwide In 2015 there were more than 70 incidents targeting American mosques and religious institutions That is the most such incidents of damage destruction vandalism and intimidation than in any other year since CAIR started tracking anti-mosque cases in 2009 Just as we share the pain of discrimination and unequal treatment we also stand with our African-American brothers and sistersmany of whom are Muslimin demanding equality and justice for all within our country We demand that our nation live up to its own profession of values that the United States becomes its best self by becoming more free more open more inclusive and more accepting of racial and religious diversity We declare without reservation that we will continue to engage in the struggle for true freedom that Dr King articulated one which is enshrined within the Declaration of Independence declaring that all people are created equal Today as we look back into our history we see that the struggle for justice is not new but neither is justice unattainable And as we look with one glance back we look with another ahead envisioning a better future for all Americans Today I invite all Americans to help make this dream a reality Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors

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