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Dēmos examines ballot access issues, voter suppression in AZ, GA, OH, CA, IN, WI, MI, NC, TX, LA 

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Avalon Betts-Gaston at a microphone (via The 19th)
“In their genesis, they’re about preventing Black people in the South from voting. So especially in our pursuit of a multiracial, inclusive democracy, these laws can’t exist.”
In the media
Barbara Rodriguez
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meet estee
Konor uses litigation to build power and support movement work
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Microphones and recording devices gathered around a person
We need a democracy that works for everyone in it
Press release/statement
Taifa Smith Butler
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Anoa Changa
Changa leverages the power of media to build power for Black and brown communities and change the status quo.
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Microphones and recording devices gathered around a person
"Any action, plan, or agenda not rooted in equity to address the student loan debt crisis undermines America’s legitimacy in being a world leader that truly cares about the future of its people."
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Taifa Smith Butler
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Protest arms raised
Our work doesn't end when Black History Month does.
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Taifa Smith Butler
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Workers walking and talking in a warehouse
It's no coincidence that SCOTUS is choosing a moment when Black and brown workers are building power to threaten labor's gains.
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Daniella Zessoules
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“The state of the union will be strong as long as the Biden Administration focuses on an agenda that creates a just economy and strengthens our democracy.”
Press release/statement
Taifa Smith Butler
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Angela Hanks with Background
“It’s overly simplistic — and wrongheaded economic policy — to simply focus on budget cuts without considering the costs.”
In the media
Paul Waldman
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Microphones and recording devices gathered around a person
This epidemic must stop, and it must stop now
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Taifa Smith Butler