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Two Students in College Graduation Cap and Gown with Dollar Signs on the Cap
An executive action for student debt cancellation would provide much needed economic relief to millions of Black and Latinx families in order to avoid financial catastrophe during the continuing global pandemic.
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"I Voted" stickers on desk
We should think of November 3rd as merely the first of many days of electoral uncertainty while states count every vote. And that is okay.
Blog
Damon L. Daniels
Voting has always been one of the most powerful tools of a justice-seeking people determined to defeat oppression and its propagators.
In the media
Laura Williamson
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Voter registration clipboard and I Voted stickers
North Carolina was failing in its voter registration obligations even before the pandemic. Blueprint North Carolina and others stepped in to compensate for the state.
Blog
Damon L. Daniels
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It is more vital than ever that Black- and brown-led organizations have the resources they need to combat the many issues confronting their communities and to build durable and sustainable power.
Blog
Caitlin Furio
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Latina woman voting at a voting booth
Andrea Serrano and Miles Tokunow of OLÉ (Organizers in the Land of Enchantment) on their efforts to combat white supremacist voter intimidation and build power for working people and people of color in New Mexico.
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Laura Williamson
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STL
We are disappointed that, in the midst of a global pandemic and at a time when Missouri is experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Secretary has worked vigorously to reduce access to the ballot for vulnerable Missouri voters.
Press release
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Empty chairs in a college classroom
Now is the perfect time to talk about the federal government making a firm, durable guarantee of free or affordable college to all students.
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Mark Huelsman
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"I Voted Today" sticker on the pointer finger of a Latina woman.
What to know about your voting rights and resources for ensuring that anyone trying to interfere with our communities’ voting rights ends up wasting their time.
Blog
Adam Lioz
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A line of Black and brown men and women pulling the string on a judges gave
The Right’s latest attempt to ram through a Supreme Court justice is part of a larger strategy to entrench minority rule. For democracy to survive, we need to reboot and reimagine the judiciary.
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K. Sabeel Rahman
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Amazon has cashed in on the COVID economy, enjoying surging sales and a soaring stock price.
Blog
Amy Traub