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Enough is Enough

Chief Justice Roberts wrote in the majority opinion, "We conclude that partisan gerrymandering claims present political questions beyond the reach of the federal courts."

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The Supreme Court Sees through the Trump Administration’s Racist Census Question

In a victory for immigrants and communities of color, a citizenship question will not be added to the 2020 Census.

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What is a Strong Movement Without Art?

Art has long been essential to building strong movements. As such, Advancement Project National Office is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with GoArtful to create a capsule collection for our 20th anniversary!

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We’re fighting a racist, predatory system; and we’re winning: a look at the numbers

Did you know St. Louis jails Black people eight times more than white people in a city that is only 47 percent Black?

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It’s Shelby Week! Congress Must Pass H.R. 4 to Strengthen the Voting Rights Act

On this National Day of Racial Healing, we must recognize that people of color are not given the chance to heal from their past.

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Take Action: Join the National Week of Action (June 24-30, 2019) to restore the Voting Rights Act!

Call members of Congress (202-224-3121)…

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Fact Sheet: Unaccompanied Children Should Be Treated Like Children – June 2019

The Trump Administration announced its plan in June 2019, to open a child detention facility - a prison -  at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

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Celebrating Black Women’s Resistance on Juneteenth

On the 154th anniversary of…

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Event: In Conversation: The Politics of Abolition Friday, May 31, 2019 in Washington, DC

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The Voting Rights Saga in Florida Continues

Judith Browne Dianis testifies at…

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Because Justice Never Takes a Day Off

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We Must End Immigration Detention TODAY!

The “immigration detention system” dehumanizes individuals at every level. “Detention centers” are prisons with atrocious conditions. The immigration detention is part of this country’s mass incarceration crisis. We’ve seen this firsthand.

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