She the People Executive Director Aimee Allison explains how women of color are both running for office and voting in ways that demand to be seen and heard.
In the wake of the Buffalo massacre, scholar-activist Rosa Clemente worries that communities of color will be more heavily policed while White supremacists will continue to access guns freely.
Author and legal scholar Elie Mystal’s first book argues that the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights are deeply flawed, but that it’s still possible to use them to protect the rights of women and people of color.
Dr. Judy Lubin of the Center for Urban and Racial Equity explains why it is important to be intentional about dismantling systemic racism in the coming battle to nominate the next Supreme Court justice.
Opinion | Joe Manchin | John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act | Congress | Donald Trump | Jan. 6 | Voter Suppression | January 6 | Joe Biden | Kyrsten Sinema | Freedom to Vote Act | Insurrection | 2022 Midterms | Republicans | GOP | voting rights
Voting rights reform has died an ignoble death in Congress. The way forward isn’t clear or inspiring, but at least we still have one.
Research shows that polarized political discourse is actually addictive. We need a mass movement to break the cycle.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom emerged from a recall election on Sept. 14, 2021, as the big winner, having secured a heavy majority of the vote. But while most eyes were on the
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Democrats don’t seem too worried about the current Republican war on voting rights. They should be.
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A first-time voter explains why this election is our opportunity to lead on the climate crisis—locally, nationally, and globally.
Earning the vote of Black American voters requires acknowledgment of our issues and proposed solutions in front of every audience—not just those flooded with Black faces. Without it, Trump can win.
Is the U.S. really ready for change?