Women of color—a diverse and increasingly active voting bloc—are a growing force in American politics.
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Time and time again, the Trump administration’s policies and practices have negatively affected communities of color across the United States.
Early decision policies at colleges and universities favor wealthy families and create additional barriers for marginalized communities.
Dismantling the culture of power that sustains and fuels gender-based violence requires a comprehensive, national strategy that connects meaningful policy solutions across the diverse issues affecting survivors and communities.
Race-conscious admissions practices remain necessary in the fight for racial equity in higher education.
Using the market mechanism to solve structural problems is the wrong approach to improving distressed communities.
By placing a focus on racial equity, CTE programs can help narrow opportunity gaps.
Universities must address stark racial inequities within university counseling centers.
Six practical steps to defeat white nationalist terrorism.
Most policy interventions, even those that are seemingly large or ambitious, are insufficient to close the racial wealth gap.
Policymakers must work to combat the many forms of structural racism that continue to disadvantage African Americans in the rural South.
Following a recent op-ed in The Washington Post condemning the racist remarks of President Trump, two Black former Obama administration staffers sit down with Daniella to discuss how the country can move forward.
Lawmakers should center black communities when considering the fall of manufacturing and the role of trade policy in mitigating negative employment effects.
Segregation and racial disparities in home appreciation put African Americans at a disadvantage in their ability to build equity and accumulate wealth.
Black and Latinx students’ disparate experiences with student loan debt compared with their white counterparts may affect their choice to enter or stay in the teaching profession.