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This presentation outlines the ways that student debt both contributes to, and is a cause of, America’s historic and persistent racial wealth divide.
Testimony and Public Comment
Mark Huelsman
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Black worker putting on mask with people waiting in the background
We're all seeing systematic efforts to shift the economic and health risks of the pandemic from governments and employers and onto the backs of disproportionately Black and brown workers.
Blog
Amy Traub
Solutions for the pandemic and for the structural problems that existed long before it.
Blog
Laura Williamson
Stuart Naifeh
Kathryn C. Sadasivan
Emerson Gordon-Marvin
K. Sabeel Rahman
Adrien Salazar
Our latest on the COVID-19 crisis — from a wake-up call about our years of cultural apartheid to what the pandemic means for the racial wealth gap, and more.
Blog
K. Sabeel Rahman
Rodney McKenzie, Jr.
Chiraag Bains
Laura Williamson
Naila Awan
Emerson Gordon-Marvin
Amy Traub
Taking on the war against the USPS, voter fraud myths, and more.
Blog
K. Sabeel Rahman
Laura Williamson
Amy Traub
Ways to increase access to the ballot for people who are released from incarceration and for eligible voters who are currently incarcerated. 
Policy Briefs
Naila Awan
Shruti Banerjee
“[The] whole idea of voter fraud is predicated on this idea that greater participation is dangerous and not good for democracy."
In the media
Anoa Changa
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Milwaukee Census and Voter turnout map
Our analysis of 2020 election data shows how COVID exposed the flaws in our current election system and disproportionately affected Black and brown voters in Milwaukee. All cities and counties should take note to pass the necessary policies to protect voters.
Blog
Shruti Banerjee
Dr. Megan Gall, All Voting Is Local
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Young smiling voter at voting booth
Now is a moment to fix longstanding inequities in our voting systems and build a more inclusive democracy, rather than solely seeking out emergency, short-term policy changes.
Blog
Laura Williamson
This platform proposes a set of actions the executive branch can take to equitably address the climate crisis without new legislation, major new appropriations, or other Congressional authority.
Campaign