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Students Plan 'March for Our Lives' to End Gun Violence and Mass Shootings in Schools

The March and planned school walkouts in Washington DC and local communities will pressure Congress to finally take action on gun control.
Aaron Barksdale
21 hours ago
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Rise Up

Three People-Powered Advocacy Campaigns to Watch in 2018

These campaigns are using our moment of upheaval to mobilize people to protect birth control, voting rights and against economic inequality this year and beyond.
Emily Weitz
a day ago
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Rise Up

Florynce Kennedy Is an Intersectional Feminist Hero Worth Honoring During Black History Month

As an advocate for women and people of color, Florynce Kennedy fought for the rights of marginalized communities and empowered underprivileged Americans.
Aaron Barksdale
a day ago
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Rise Up

Help These Groups Fighting Against Racial Inequality in Trump's America

This Black History Month, in an economic and socially divisive climate, it's never been more important to support groups fighting against prejudice and discrimination.
Shonitria Anthony
2.8.18
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 Munchies

Cop This MUNCHIES x Project 0 Shirt to Help Save the Ocean

No one likes plastic sushi.
Voices
Voices

Democratic Campaign Workers are Unionizing for the Midterm Elections

The new Campaign Workers Guild wants progressive candidates to put their money where their values are with staff equity.
Aisha Naseem
5 days ago
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Rise Up

US Cities are Suing the Fossil Fuel Industry to Stop Irreparable Climate Change Damage

As the Trump administration continues to fawn over the fossil fuel industry rather that job-creating renewable energy, local proponents in New York and California are looking for ways to take up the fight in court.
Meg Charlton
5 days ago
Voices
Voices

Corporations are Privatizing Power in Puerto Rico as Trump Administration Relief Aid Continues to Stumble

A toxic combination of incompetency, greed and vulnerability after Hurricane Maria make the island ripe for a dangerous move toward privatization of major utilities.
Alice Rowsome
2.12.18
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Rise Up

The US Could Increase Voter Turnout By Changing the Way Americans Vote

No electoral system is perfect, but something's gotta give and European voting systems could be the way to go.
Alexis Chemblette
2.9.18
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Rise Up

Marsha P. Johnson Was a Transgender Rights Pioneer Who Fought for LGBTQ Minorities

Johnson's pivotal role on the frontline of the Stonewall Riots, to establishing her own shelter for homeless queer youth, made her a POC and trans rights icon we should be thanking this Black History Month.
Aaron Barksdale
2.12.18
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Rise Up

As Trump Continues To Disregard Women's Rights, Take a Stand to Defend Reproductive Rights Across the Country

From protecting birth control to abortion, these advocacy groups are mobilizing in the courts, communities and Congress in 2018.
Katelyn Harrop
2.13.18
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Rise Up

Wyatt Tee Walker, Dr. King's Right Hand Man, Is a Black Activist You Should Know About

Reverend Walker is one of black history’s unsung heroes who was a pioneer during the Civil Rights era and beyond.
Aaron Barksdale
2.5.18
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