2020 election

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.

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 »

Incinerating Injustice: Women Are Rightfully Furious Under Trump

All roads lead back to empathy. Read more »

This One’s for Tara: A Rape-Revenge Fantasy Amid an Impossible Reality

We can’t undo what Tara Reade suffered in 1993. But we can demand a better world as restorative justice. Read more »

Joe Biden Has Been Accused of Rape. Now What?

This trend of gaslighting victims of assault, including Tara Reade, silences them while functioning in a mythical world where America didn’t elect a self-confessed sexual predator. Read more »

Inside the House: “Mueller, She Wrote” Is Sounding the Alarm on Trump

This government is our government, and it’s up to us to save it. Read more »

Andrew Yang, It’s Not on Asian Americans to Prove Their “Americanness”

While Asian Americans are being targeted, former presidential candidate Andrew Yang decided to perpetuate the model minority myth. Read more »

Protecting Voting Rights for Trans People Is a Must for Us All

A comprehensive approach is necessary for reforming voting rights for trans people. Read more »

Hand-marked Ballots Are a Disaster for Disabled Voters

Proposed solutions to rampant voter suppression measures and questions about election integrity could actually make polling places even less accessible. Read more »

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