Rights and Democracy
The four congresswomen are responding to vile attacks with bold ideas to combat inequality — and help their constituents.
We used to say we fought terror. Now we practice it.
Americans are used to arguments about identity. But one of the most common coping mechanisms of impacted people is to remain silent.
Trump’s not the only one terrified of these four congresswomen — leading Democrats apparently are, too.
A proposed rule would strip housing benefits from U.S. citizens if they’re found to have family members with the wrong immigration status.
They complain when students protest hateful speakers, but not when shadowy conservative groups and politicians write laws to punish our speech.
The Hong Kong protests and Uyghur detainment camps shed light on a bristling authoritarian system.
Fighting progressive policies most Americans support will lose you “centrist” votes, not gain them.
Florida’s anti-democratic poll tax will cost the state hundreds of thousands of voters — and hundreds of millions of dollars.
Poor and working communities stand to gain the most from protections against corporations that expose them to pollution.