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Racial Justice

Newton’s Third Law states “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Perhaps this principle applies equally to social progress and the enlargement of freedom, inclusion, and equality in the United States of America. Our history is littered with instances of intense and

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Last night, Donald Trump won the presidential election. Hillary Clinton is likely to win the popular vote, bringing back painful memories of the 2000 election. While this offers a small degree of comfort, it doesn’t change the facts: she lost the Electoral College. Republicans swept

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Federal Judge Extends Voter Registration Deadline Due to Hurricane Matthew A federal judge ordered the voter registration deadline to be extended contrary to the Governor's wishes due to the impact of the hurricane on Florida citizens. District Court Judge Mark Walker stated that "This case is

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We don't endorse candidates, but we can stress what's at stake this election cycle. Extending and Ensuring Voting Rights With flimsy excuses like “moral turpitude” historically blocking “felon” voting, states are moving to alleviate those restrictions. California extended the vote to people incarcerated for felonies in

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