France’s World Cup Win Is A Victory For Immigrants Everywhere

July 16, 2018

The World Cup champions remind us all that, in an era of globalization, racial and ethnic diversity represent an enduring strength at all levels of society, ones that build cultural and political bridges within and between countries, nation-states and neighborhoods.

Via: CNN


New Polls Show Dems Have A Narrow Path To A Senate Majority

July 11, 2018

The Democrats seem to have a genuinely good shot at holding onto a lot of their Senate seats in Trump-won states. If they can do that, while flipping Arizona and Nevada from red to blue, they can conceivably get those 51 votes in the next Congress.

Via: VOX


Women Surge On Night Of Electoral Firsts

June 6, 2018

Congress moved a step closer to getting its first Native American woman and its youngest ever woman, while South Dakota looks likely to elect its first female governor.

Via: Daily Beast


Women Of Color Are Making Election History In 2018

May 29, 2018

The sage words of Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to the U.S. Congress, ring truly once again. “At present, our country needs women’s idealism and determination, perhaps more in politics than anywhere else.

Via: Teen Vogue


Briley’s Decisive Win Means He Can Start Uniting Nashville

May 25, 2018

By securing 54 percent of the vote with his civil and optimistic campaign, Mayor David Briley can now begin the process of engaging with Nashville’s differing factions and work together with them to come up with effective solutions to the city’s problems.

Via: The Tennessean