Ayanna Pressley. Black woman in green dress stands behind wooden podium with sign that says, "Ayanna Pressley Democrat for Congress."

The Women of Color Who Made History on Election Night

So many progressive women taking office!

A Black Somali woman waves and smiles at the camera after winning election with three Black supporters standing behind her in a room with a black curtain in the background

Toolkit: How to Successfully Raise Funds for Progressive Candidates

As the political machine ramps up for 2020, The Collective co-founders Quentin James and Stefanie Brown James discuss five key fundraising strategies progressive candidates should replicate if they want to win big.

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Midterms 2018: Progressive Prosecutors Elected to Reshape 'Lock-em-up' Mentality

Several reform-driven district attorneys won seats on Tuesday on pledges to revamp a criminal justice system that disproportionately targets people of color.

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Trans Candidates Made History by Running—and in Some Cases Winning—In the Midterms

As the Trump administration works to eliminate transgender rights, trans candidates ran for office in record numbers—and had a few notable victories.

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Criminalization

People standing in Mexico reach through and hug the wall at the conclusion of the Hugs Not Walls event on the U.S.-Mexico border in Sunland Park, New Mexico on October 13, 2018.

Trump Signs Immigration Proclamation to Limit Asylum Claims

Trump Presidency

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Judge Halts Construction of Keystone XL Pipeline

Gender & Sexuality

Facing Race

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Immigrant Rights Defenders: Walking in Crossroads