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Voting Rights Organizations Resolve to Protect Florida Voters as State Continues History of Voter Suppression
More than a decade later, National Voter Registration Day has been endorsed by national associations and the federal government. More than 5 million voters have been registered to vote on the holiday since 2012.
In the media
Gerren Keith Gaynor
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"Millions of people anchored by the weight of student loan debt are drowning in pursuit of the American Dream."
Press release/statement
Taifa Smith Butler

This brief makes a case for directly empowering frontline communities to help govern public and private institutions that impact their lives.

Policy Briefs
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Image of a hand lowering a voter registration sheet into an orange box with stacks of voter registration papers on both sides
Dēmos examines ballot access issues, voter suppression in AZ, GA, OH, CA, IN, WI, MI, NC, TX, LA
Press release/statement

Evaluating ten states across a spectrum of voter removal practices on an important but often overlooked voting barrier: voter purges. Purges played a part in more than 19 million voters being removed between the 2020 and 2022 general elections.

Research
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For Us Not Amazon action involving Black organizers dressed for cold weather, carrying 'I am not disposable' signs and carrying an American flag.
The inspiring leaders of our 22nd Century Conference panel left me with three big takeaways about the future of our nation.
Blog
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Ground level view of the Wall Street Stock Exchange
On the anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Act, we reflect on recent banking failures and the inequities inherent in our current financial system.
Blog
Daniella Zessoules
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I never cease to be amazed by how much power exists when Black women come together to reflect on where we’ve been, analyze where we are, and strategize on where we need to go.
Blog
Kiara Pesante Haughton
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Black mother and daughter looking at the city river
Why the Court's decision to limit the EPA's power to regulate water access is yet another case of eroding the power of the other branches of government at the expense of Black and brown people.
Blog
Ashley Tjhung

The Supreme Court is deciding cases that involve critical decisions affecting our everyday lives while using a procedure that provides little to no transparency to the public.

Policy Briefs
Ashley Tjhung