It’s bold, it’s inclusive. And Ocasio-Cortez and the young generation behind it understand that economic power needs to be met by people power.
Cincy Stories gives people a platform to share their stories and build connections.
A record number of female candidates won in the 2018 midterm elections. Even more lost. But defeat isn’t the end for most.
Election night’s most surprising Democratic victory defies the trend of a growing urban-rural chasm.
Record turnout in the midterm elections shows there’s a strong desire for change. Here’s where it’s happening.
In light of important midterm election wins, two Native journalists revisit the influence of Indigenous peoples on democracy through the ages.
Here’s what’s on the line.
Instead of complaining about younger people being politically apathetic, older generations need to show empathy and provide mentorship.
Because at this moment in time the power of Black athletes is overcoming the power of White billionaires.
Here’s how indigenous leaders pulled together a grassroots movement to resist the pipeline expansion.
To protect our democracy, Congress must value the Constitution over partisan politics.
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Hope plus action and investment equals revolutionary muscle. Now is the time for the progressive majority to set the terms of the conversation.
As the federal government abandons its responsibilities, it will be up to the states, the cities, the communities, and the people to rebuild a unified state.
A range of neighbor-to-neighbor efforts address basic needs, from health care to food access, that are going unmet by local government agencies.
The city of Buffalo is supporting its first community land trust, designed to give neighbors control over land use and to keep housing affordable.
In the polluted Watts neighborhood, residents’ average lifespan is 12 years less than people from affluent areas.
The real conflict of interest—and the lasting damage—was Pruitt’s choice to put fossil fuel interests over the planet’s life support system.