Por los dos últimos años, el presidente de Comité Presupuestario de la Cámara de Representantes Paul Ryan (R-WI) dio a conocer presupuestos que beneficiaría a los estadounidenses más ricos a costa de todos los demás. La semana pasada, aquellos que esperaban que los presupuestos fiscales del año 2014 de Paul Ryan fueran diferentes a sus […]
The new House Republican budget will gut the social safety net, slow growth, and kill jobs and investment—all disproportionately impacting communities of color.
Daniella Gibbs Léger explains why she's aggravated by Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
Even in a "post-racial" society, joking about stereotypes isn't cool, writes Daniella Gibbs Léger.
Daniella Gibbs Leger uses examples from the Trayvon Martin shooting case to show that we're hardly living in a post-racial society.
Daniella Gibbs Leger outlines how Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget hurts the middle class and communities of color.
The Susan G. Komen Foundation's decision to refuse to renew grants to Planned Parenthood has the potential to hurt millions of women, particularly women of color, writes Daniella Gibbs Leger in The Grio.
Some people can't get the basic facts right on birth control because they can't see beyond their own circumstances, writes Daniella Gibbs Leger in The Huffington Post.
Daniella Gibbs Leger parses the president’s latest budget to see how communities of color fare in education, housing, and jobs.
Daniella Leger explains in a Loop 21 op-ed why she was extra emotional during the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.
Daniella Leger discusses Pat Buchanan's view that diversity isn't American.
Daniella Leger discusses how demographic changes and the economy will affect the 2012 presidential elections.
Daniella Gibbs Léger speaks with longtime journalist and author Amy Alexander, whose new book explores race coverage in the media.
Report Vanessa Cárdenas, Julie Ajinkya, and Daniella Gibbs Leger explain the demographic changes our nation will experience over the next four decades and why a progressive vision is needed to ensure we take advantage of diversity as one of our greatest assets.
“The Help” is a pretty good movie, but it’s time for Hollywood to start making movies about people of color, by people of color, writes Daniella Gibbs Leger.