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Talking about “the Latino vote” can center whiteness and obscure white supremacy in Latinx communities.

The effects on both clients and the largely women of color workforce have been significant.

The Supreme Court is still out on Fulton v. Philadelphia.

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The laws and stigma around late-term abortion are meant to demonize families like mine.

For 20 years, Leticia Mercado has been a textile worker, zooming along on a sewing machine.

Students in Montgomery County, Maryland, say no decision should be made without them.

Talking about “the Latino vote” can center whiteness and obscure white supremacy in Latinx communities.

The effects on both clients and the largely women of color workforce have been significant.

The Supreme Court is still out on Fulton v. Philadelphia.


The documentary tells the story of countless women who were forcibly sterilized.

Unnecessary questions and unwilling listeners don't always deserve a response.

Local nonprofits can’t save everyone. Local and state governments need to enact systemic aid.

There are different standards for COVID-19 data collection regarding tribal affiliation.

A worker-led program in Vermont is empowering Latinx dairy workers against 2020 odds.

People in prison are used to help in times of crisis, but they don't have help when they need it most.

Biden's agenda prioritizes several issues that aim to help communities of color, both directly and indirectly.


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