2020 election

The Long Feminist History of Fighting for Universal Childcare

The erasure of childcare as a feminist agenda point has had various consequences.

The Uncounted: Ending the Census Early Maintains White Political Power

Undocumented migrants and their children—many of whom are U.S. citizens and eligible voters—threaten to destabilize the reapportioning of political power. Read more »

Beyond Moral Purity: Non-white Leftists Are Some of the Most Engaged Political Citizens

They aren’t “doing nothing” to stop Trump—rather, they’re working to better our communities through other means. Read more »

Big Ticket: Where Kamala Harris Stands on Key Feminist Issues

Here’s what we know about her issues and policy positions. Read more »

Fixed It For You!: Some (Racist, Xenophobic) Questions for Kamala Harris About Eligibility

You know, there seems to be a similarity between the candidates whose “legitimacy” we’ve questioned… Read more »

Empty Endorsements: Supporting Bad Policing Is a Bipartisan Effort

Democrats and Republicans continue to agree on policing—namely, sharing the belief that cops keep Americans safe. Read more »

Suspicious Minds: The Conspiracy Theories That Shaped America’s Paranoid Politics

Conspiracy theories offer a coherent plot that seems to stabilize a world in flux. Read more »

A Black Woman Vice President Can’t Save a Nation from Itself

The United States is ready to place the onus of healing the nation onto the shoulders of a Black woman. Read more »

What in the Hell is Going on with Joe Biden?

Calling out our collective dissatisfaction with the person campaigning for our support isn’t some odd form of selling out. Read more »

Left in the Lurch: It’s Time for a Post-Bernie Reckoning

Sanders’s campaigns revealed the danger of reconceiving leftism as a Big Name–driven electoral brand. Read more »

22 Hours of Hate: Trump’s Press Briefings Are a Pageant of Misinformation

There is a sense, watching the briefings, of sliding off a precipice into uncharted waters together with the rest of the nation. Read more »

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