Data from the March primary shows that just one of the bill’s many provisions caused massive disenfranchisement and major racial disparities.
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The Supreme Court’s decision to preserve Arizona’s voter restrictions raises the threshold for filing federal Voting Rights Act lawsuits.
Claims of racial bias against black pupils at private schools are commonplace in South Africa, also a reminder of the country’s realities.
The 1619 project may have been highlighted as an example of CRT’s use in journalism, hence the tagline “the 1619 Project is CRT.”
A so-called moderate from the once proudly blue state of West Virginia, Manchin suffers the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune foisted on him.
How the United States responds to these threats touches on some of democracy’s most basic tensions. We explore those tensions this week.
It is important to understand how often registrants did not move, and how often such an error is not corrected by the postcard confirmation process.
Mainstream science education generally does not, but should, educate students against fascist views such as racism, sexism, homophobia.
Brennan Center for Justice reported new projections of high risk of racial discrimination in 2021-2022 redistricting cycle in South.
The BBC has produced a shocking new report about the systematic rape and torture of women in the camps.