It was clear from the beginning that the slogan, ‘Make America Great Again,’ was a call to white nationalists and a nod to exclusionary policies that target people of color.
Schools should be a safe place for learning and growth for all children. This can’t happen until officers are taken out of schools.
To anyone who cannot comprehend why Black and Brown communities and their allies are marching in the streets screaming ‘Black Lives Matter,’ this is why.
Offering Jeff Sessions the post of attorney general is how Trump comes through in his promise – we are witnessing how words morph into policies and practices that harm people of color.
Missouri’s photo ID requirement could still be subject to legal challenge under other provisions of state and federal law, including the United States Constitution.
Barriers have been strategically placed and found in every step of the voting process from registration all the way to the ballot box.
Placing police at poll sites can be inherently intimidating to voters, particularly in communities of color where such presence has historical ties to efforts to impede voter access to the polls.
No one – no individual, organization or candidate – has the right to restrict participation of eligible voters in the process.
Voters should have confidence that this election cycle, there will be an army of legal staff, non-profits and volunteers who will be working to ensure their access to the ballot.