Sort by

Description

Image
Voters of color at the voting booths
The Administration has an opportunity to eliminate barriers to the ballot box and empower millions in historically excluded communities
Blog
Ashley Tjhung
Image
Protestors behind the Capitol Dome with an activist with a megaphone in the foreground
Black History Month is an opportunity to look to our past for lessons on our future path to justice, economic security and stronger democracy everyone deserves.
Blog
Image
Portrait of Ida B Wells
The legacy of Black voter empowerment continues from historic trailblazers like Ida B. Wells-Barnett through to contemporary grassroots organizers like BLOC and Detroit Action.
Blog
Anoa Changa
Image
A diverse group of people voting at the local community center
Private citizens must retain the right to challenge anti-voter laws
Press release/statement
Phi Nguyen

Letter to express our grave concern regarding the revelations and allegations surrounding
special interest judicial influence, corruption, lack of ethical standards, and apparent
lawbreaking by justices on the Supreme Court.

Testimony and Public Comment
Image
Supreme Court building in the background and judge gavel in the foreground
Our environment, healthcare, and labor protections are in the far-right's crosshairs.
Blog
Ashley Tjhung
Image
Microphones and recording devices gathered around a person
Latino-led organizations and voting rights groups are fighting until the unconstitutional portions of SB 7050 are struck down and everyone can exercise their constitutional right to vote.
Press release/statement
Image
Dr. Martin Luther King standing along other civil rights organizers at a march
Often reduced to a simple dream, Dr. King's life and work represent the full tapestry of our collective fight for freedom for all people, particularly Black and brown people and poor people, who have been excluded from—or pushed to the margins of—our economy and democracy.
Blog
Taifa Smith Butler
Image
I voted stickers in black, red, and blue
In the media
Taifa Smith Butler
Image
Supreme Court building cast half in light and half in shade from setting sun
By issuing this toothless code of conduct, the Supreme Court attempts to circumvent necessary reforms and enables more lavish gifts and lucrative speaking engagements from their wealthy patrons.
In the media
Ashley Tjhung