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The Mississippi immigration raid detained hundreds and left children stranded on the first day of school. It also evoked a massive humanitarian response in a state not traditionally friendly to immigrants.
Adam Lynch | Aug 13, 2019
If elected to Congress, they would counter conservative decisions from the court with progressive lawmaking.
Adam Lynch | Jul 10, 2018
Jim Crow endures in Georgia as voter suppression efforts persist across the state. But get-out-the-vote activists are undaunted.
Adam Lynch | Jun 12, 2018
In Jackson, Mississippi, community land trusts are key to fair and affordable development.
Adam Lynch | May 15, 2018
In Puerto Rico, residents could only watch as Trump rolled back environmental protections while their island boiled. But living in the U.S. mainland, they can vote.
Adam Lynch | Feb 19, 2018
Depressing immigrant participation could hurt Democrats, affect redistricting, the apportionment of congressional seats, and more than $600 billion in federal funds.
Adam Lynch | Feb 12, 2018
College administrators worry a more rigorous process for proving sexual assault could send the wrong message to students.
Adam Lynch | Oct 20, 2017
As the nation faces demographic shifts, the push to suppress voting intensifies.
Adam Lynch | Sep 13, 2017
“In our country there are two things that move policy. One is money. The other is the power of people.”
The Senate just confirmed Scott Pruitt to run the EPA. But as residents reported major damage from fracking-related earthquakes, the then-attorney general closed his office’s environmental enforcement unit.
Adam Lynch | Feb 17, 2017
Corporate-backed utilities have quashed solar initiatives for years, but residents fought back.
Adam Lynch | Dec 2, 2016
Community activists in the country’s most corrupt state won an unlikely victory to convert a coal plant to natural gas.
Adam Lynch | Jul 19, 2016