2020 election

Our Fight Is Not Over: What Will Elizabeth Warren Supporters Do Next?

We love women the most when they get out of the way—and when they can do something for us. Read more »

Elizabeth Warren Couldn’t Escape the Double Bind of Misogyny

Women may still be running, but they won’t get far if we don’t acknowledge the role of sexism in their losses. Read more »

Primary Care: Why We Need an Overhaul of the Primary Process

The grueling runup to the 2020 election is a good example of the dysfunction that makes reform feel urgent and necessary. Read more »

Hyde and Seek: Where 2020 Candidates Stand on Repealing the Hyde Amendment

The amendment was the successful opening salvo in the U.S. anti-abortion movement. Read more »

Minnesota Nice-Nasty: Amy Klobuchar Is No Feminist Hero

The way a presidential candidate treats their staff isn’t a sideline issue, but one that’s central to who they are and how they will govern. Read more »

A Moderate Proposal: Twitter’s Donald Trump Problem Is a Feature, Not a Bug

Moderation is an institutional problem, not a personal one. Read more »

Brokest System: Progressive Candidates Keep Their Distance from Welfare Reform

Every person, regardless of their income level or employment status, is worthy and valuable and deserves to be treated with respect and dignity.  Read more »

Elizabeth Warren’s Healthcare Plan is a Step Forward for Disability Justice

Historically, the disability community has not been considered a key demographic for politicians. Read more »

Little Wins: Lucy Flores on Remaining Hopeful and Critical through the 2020 Election

“As people of color, as immigrants and descendants of immigrants, it feels like we’re screwed. But we’re really not.” Read more »

Marianne Williamson Isn’t a Meme—She’s a Danger to Disabled People

Maybe this time around, when disabled people raise the alarm, everyone should listen. Read more »

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