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Baltimore’s campaign donors lack diversity across race, gender, and socioeconomic status. The Baltimore Fair Election Fund, designed with equity and community engagement at the forefront, can change that.
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"In today’s decision, the court recognized that Spanish-speaking voters are not second-class citizens and should not have to wait for their voting rights to be fully protected."
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“The health and inclusiveness of our democracy are at the center of the debate right now.”
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Klaus Marre
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Smiling Latino man in front of voting booths
"Florida must provide comprehensive bilingual elections assistance, and it must provide it now."
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“Not only are students of color more likely to borrow more for a degree, and borrow in higher amounts for the same degree, but they’re more likely to struggle to repay student loans than white students."
In the media
Bob Hennelly
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A dark-skinned hand is about to place a slip of paper in a white ballot box
The justice system has been deployed against people of color to imprison would-be-voters and keep political power in the hands of white men.
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Amshula K. Jayaram
Chiraag Bains
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Campaign finance reforms help address the racial and economic injustices that continue to plague our democracy.
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Laura Williamson
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Emmanuel Caicedo
"Regardless of dollar amount, the existence of debt is far riskier for low-income and middle-income households."
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Katie Lobosco
"The justification for student debt as the primary way we pay for college has been in part based on the assumption that we’ll have consumer protections in place, and we’ll try to make it as painless as possible for people."
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Jillian Berman
The dramatic rise in student loan debt has placed unacceptable risk on working-class families and on people of color, who must take on more debt for the same degree as white students.
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Mark Huelsman
"The potential of this plan is that it increases public investment back to levels we saw when college was much more affordable, and it pegs it to a price for students."
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Eliza Relman