Janna tells ChangeWire why she is taking the necessary risks to win long term changes to our childcare infrastructure.
In this latest ‘Visible’ series, we talk with Sarah Anderson at the Institute for Policy Studies about ways the federal government can prioritize Black employment over bonuses for big bank CEOs.
Yes, Black women are everywhere. Yes, there is beautiful Black leadership in the hills of Appalachia. I have had the privilege to organize alongside some of the fiercest Black organizers.
In our first ‘Visible’ series, Dorian Warren and Chirag Mehta explain how raising interest rates right now only punishes Black workers for inflation caused by corporations.
If we stop teaching entire swaths of American history, we won’t recognize when the past starts to repeat.
As voters prepare to elect Shelby County’s prosecutor, folks with pending criminal cases yearn for a little empathy when facing justice.
As Georgians look to their leaders to help us recover from the pandemic, Republicans in the General Assembly are fixated on ensuring that local governments only exist to serve them.
While many people of color are finally returning to the workforce, they are only just starting to recover, while we’re well into the white jobs recovery.
This 2022 King holiday symbolizes our responsibility to sustain his legacy by protecting voting rights. If it takes ending the filibuster, so be it.
If Democrats across the country want to re-energize their voters, build their base and convince grassroots groups to throw down with them, they will have to do a better job of talking about the progress they’ve made.