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Supreme Court strikes down N.Y. law that restricts concealed carrying of guns

The opinion, written by Justice Clarence Thomas, invalidates New York's requirement for people to show "proper cause" to get public carry gun licenses.

PFLAG En EspaƱol members celebrate Pride in Los Angeles. PFLAG hide caption

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50 years ago, PFLAG's founder marched with her gay son. How's it keeping up in 2022?

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Jody Runge (left), Bev Smith, Peg Rees and Becky Sisley are four women who fought to make college sports change at the University of Oregon after Title IX banned discrimination based on sex in educational institutions fifty years ago. Celeste Noche for NPR hide caption

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Benching the patriarchy: 50 years of Title IX and how 4 women fought for change

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