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On 55th Anniversary of Voting Rights Act, Advocates Call on Congress to Fully Restore Law to Honor John Lewis's Fight for Justice
Since the Supreme Court gutted the law in 2013, more than 1,600 polling places have been closed, including many in largely-Black and Latino communities.
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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks to supporters during a campaign stop at Berston Field House in Flint, Michigan on March 9, 2020. (Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images) Views
A 2020 Imperative: Why the Left Must Reject and Elect Biden at the Same Time
To make a progressive future possible, beating Trump is absolutely necessary while very far from sufficient.
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In 'Disheartening' Ruling, US Supreme Court Halts Citizen Initiative to Fund Education in Idaho
The order is the latest in a string of opinions overruling lower court orders to relax state election procedures due to Covid-19
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With an image of himself on a screen in the background, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Financial Services Committee in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill October 23, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Views
Facebook's Unchecked Power Endangers Civil Rights
If Mark Zuckerberg truly believes in giving everyone a voice, the company must integrate a power, race, and social analysis into its policies and their enforcement.
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Protesters march through lower Manhattan over the death of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police on June 19, 2020. News
Majority of Americans Back Black Lives Matter Protests and Think Demonstrations Will Help Racial Justice: Poll
A new Gallup survey shows that 65% of U.S. adults support the protests.
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'Disturbing—and Dangerous': Journalists Denounce Judge's Order for Outlets to Turn Over Protest Footage to Seattle Police
"This turns journalists into an arm of the government. We are not here to do surveillance for police."
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Then They Came For the Drummers, Chanters, Chalk Artists, Trash Pickers, Balloon Carriers, Bike-Helmeted Moms and Naked Athena
Photo by Dave Killen Having giddily praised the "fantastic job" his unwanted federal goons have done in Portland tear-gassing moms, medics, reporters and stubbornly peaceful protesters against racial injustice, our wannabe Benito is now threatening to invade other American cities to protect them...
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'A Moment of Reckoning': Thousands Across Country Take Part in #StrikeForBlackLives
"When we come together in our union and with our community, we have power."
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'Feds Stay Clear, Moms Are Here': Portland Mothers Form Human Shield to Protect Protesters from Federal Agents
"Portland moms are nothing to mess with."
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Regan Russell, the Toronto Pig Save activist who was killed by a truck carrying pigs to slaughter. (Photo: Agnes Cseke) Views
The Birth of a Bill, the Death of an Activist
Regan's viewpoint, known as intersectionality, is the theory that all forms of oppression, discrimination, domination etc., intersect and influence each other.
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