In the Wake of Haiti's Quake
On Saturday, August 14, a powerful earthquake struck the island nation Haiti. Registering a strength of 7.2, this quake is even larger than the 2010 quake which killed nearly a quarter million Haitians.
New Census Numbers will affect redistricting
According to the latest census data that was released on Thursday, the U.S is diversifying and the white population is shrinking. We discuss whether demographics equate to one’s destiny and how the new numbers can affect political representation in the months and years to come.
The Victory Fund's Push to Increase LGBTQ+ Political Power
As redistricting gets underway, the LGBT Victory Fund—a national organization dedicated to electing LGBTQ+ people to office—is pushing to keep LGBTQ+ neighborhoods united as maps are redrawn, thereby strengthening their collective voting power.
Why Indigenous Viewers and Critics Are Celebrating "Reservation Dogs"
Last week, a new dramedy called “Reservation Dogs” premiered on FX. Set on Indian Territory in northeastern Oklahoma, the show is part of a renaissance among Indigenous creatives in Hollywood.
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