Last month, Minnesota brought the U.S. one step closer to reforming the Electoral College and ushering in a national popular vote for president.
Organizations like ours will keep building power with Black and brown folks in rural areas, but we can’t be the only ones.
By enacting bills aimed at local prosecutors, these states are stripping communities of their right to self-determination.
Never mind “Don’t mess with Texas.” Don’t mess with Gen-Z’s political empowerment in Texas and don’t tread on us.
In 2022, Republicans forced Ohioans to vote under maps more rigged than the ones we had 10 years and two anti-gerrymandering reforms ago.
As a leader of a civic engagement organization and as a young voter, I am issuing a Bat-Signal to those that see our democracy is hanging in the balance.
Most people who work on, or follow, civil rights issues in the U.S. woke up on Thursday, June 8, 2023, with a feeling of impending doom.
Texas Republicans are taking a hardline against corruption in their state. You read that right.
On April 20, a leading voice in conservative politics said the quiet part out loud: Republicans should make it harder for young people to vote.
Our generation is disproportionately affected by gun violence, and though we bear the heaviest burden, our voices are often silenced the most.