Formerly Incarcerated Leaders Host Historic Presidential Town Hall
The Marshall Project and Voters Organized to Educate host first-ever town hall led by formerly incarcerated activists.
What Andrew Yang's Stumbles on Race Reveal About the AAPI Community [Op-Ed]
Slant’d co-founders Katerina Jeng and Krystie Yen say Yang’s remarks on the campaign trail illustrate the need for a conversation about the role Asian Americans play in racial politics.
Trump's Claim That Nation's Air Has Never Been Cleaner Disproved By His EPA
Pollution is actually up since President Barack Obama left office.
Black Census Project Reveals Electorate's Concerns—and Power
More than half of the 30,000+ survey participants said that politicians do not care about them or their interests.
MSNBC Special Tackles Race and Politics as Election Season Heats Up
Hosted by Reverend Al Sharpton, “Not Just Black and White: Race and the 2020 Election” will feature an interview with Stacey Abrams and 13 of the people running for president.
Election 2020: Ignore Women of Color at Your Own Peril [OP-ED]
The women behind Intersections of Our Lives say that if there’s one thing that can be learned from the last election, it’s that the votes of women of color should not be taken for granted.
Cory Booker Announces Run for President
“I grew up knowing that the only way we can make change is when people come together.”
How Do You Feel About Kamala Harris Running For President?
Reactions online range from enthusiastic to cautiously optimistic to displeased.
CBS News Called Out for Lack of Black Folks on Election Team
“Naw. This ain’t it. Try again.”