People with disabilities constitute the largest minority group in the U.S., yet politicians have historically failed to represent or pay attention to the needs of this group.
While it’s true that women are bearing the brunt of the consequences of this pandemic, it’s also true that women possess extraordinary resilience.
During this unprecedented public health crisis, voters want competent, caring leadership in office — and Black women have been providing that to their communities for generations.
Redlining was outlawed in 1968, but its lingering effects are a form of voter suppression.
Grace founded the Moms In Office, a political action committee (PAC) that aims to help mothers get elected at all levels of government, in 2019.
A new report from the Reflective Democracy Campaign found that the number of women of color in citywide elected offices in the nation’s 100 largest cities — in both red and blue states — has increased by 46% since the 2016 election.
Voting may be the most direct way for people to impact the upcoming election, but that doesn’t mean people under 18 are powerless
In June, a photo of 26-year-old Zoe Sturges handing out flowers to national guardsmen at a protest against police brutality in Philadelphia circulated through social media