As communities are hit with more intense extreme weather, floods, and wildfires fueled by climate change, Congress must invest in solutions that build our nation’s resilience.
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In the absence of federal leadership, states must adopt policies and allocate resources to promote effective and constitutional policing.
A closer look at regional differences in apprenticeship programs spotlights the disparate outcomes that result from place, race, and gender and how these interact to exacerbate pay inequities.
This week, Daniella moderates a panel with Cannon Lambert, the Bland family attorney, and David Heilbroner, co-director of the documentary, “Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland,” during a live screening of the film at the Center for American Progress.
Implementing public policies to reduce obesity may help prevent chronic disease and increase life expectancy, particularly for low-income individuals.
Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a man tapped to head the DOJ despite a troubling history, aggressively used his office and position to undermine the rights and freedoms of people of color.
Evaluations of the health of the labor market should center the challenges of Latinas and other populations that face high labor market barriers.
Given the increasing levels of gun violence in the state, elected leaders in Missouri should reject dangerous gun laws and push for policies that reduce gun violence and protect the safety of every Missourian.
Despite conservative lawmakers’ unwavering attempts to keep people from voting, Americans remain resilient.
The Center for American Progress joined with civil and human rights groups to develop new policies for internet companies—here’s what we did and why it is important.
Several overlooked groups of students—including veterans and students with disabilities—continue to struggle with loan repayment.
More than 7 million Asian Americans reported poor mental health status in 2017, but too many face systemic barriers to treatment.
This week, Daniella and Ed sit down with Michael Steele, former Republican National Committee chairman and lieutenant governor of Maryland, to discuss how the current chaos in the conservative movement has hindered his outreach efforts to voters of color.
With unfounded fear of gang violence growing and greater scrutiny of law enforcement tactics, there is an increasing need for public safety strategies that balance respect for individual rights.
Hosts Daniella and Ed chat with Jason Kander, founder of the voting rights advocacy group Let America Vote, about his new book and the Nike ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick.