Voters with disabilities make up the largest minority voting bloc in the country, but too often, voting is inaccessible.
2020 has been an unprecedented year in many ways; a pandemic during a presidential election being one of them. Not unique to 2020, however, is politicians’ and states’ systematic efforts to suppress voting and disenfranchise Americans.
Over the last months on our podcast, At Liberty, we’ve explored different conversations on the subject of policing: abolition, violence and accountability, protest, and activism.
In the latest attempt to silence conversations about race and gender equity deemed “anti-American,” President Trump issued an executive order last week banning
As we approach the end of President Trump’s first term, it’s important to understand why and how he has inflicted such damage on our nation’s immigration system and advanced his anti-immigrant, racist agenda.
The younger you are, the less likely you are to vote. At least, that’s been the enduring trend in American politics for decades.