In North Carolina, progressive activists reach out to rural voters as an overlooked segment of the electorate.
Congress members getting arrested is nothing new. It’s just the latest iteration of suppressing Black people’s voting rights.
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Democrats don’t seem too worried about the current Republican war on voting rights. They should be.
Arizona activists fighting voter suppression at home join a freedom ride reminiscent of the civil rights era.
Despite harsh, discriminatory conditions, countless deaf women fought with brilliance and dedication for personal and professional recognition, including for the right to vote.
It wasn’t just new voters that made this election the biggest ever: Youth turned out in droves to work on campaigns behind the scenes, too.
Since 2016, organizers have identified campaigns sowing falsehoods about the pandemic and the presidential election and have worked to counteract them.
“Strategic discrimination” is a subtle yet pervasive behavior that keeps people from voting for women and people of color.
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Young voters are intimately aware that they will be forced to bear the full effects of climate change—and they’re voting with that in mind.
Voting rights have always been inconsistently applied. Now the coronavirus pandemic is threatening those rights even more, and activists are pushing back.