Although most African Americans are Democrats today, our disaffection from the GOP only led us to FDR’s Democratic party after Republicans reneged on their formerly strong civil rights plank.
In the 2020 election, working voters need to focus on candidates’ platforms… and actions
Democracy is for everybody, not just the rich. So get to the polls!
Local elections are far more important than Mass voters seem to think, given the historically low turnouts for most of them in recent decades. Especially during off-year contests like this year’s. So, for starters, I just want to encourage everyone who ...
Revamping voting laws disrupts GOP’s “power grab”
“[In] our neighborhoods, it feels like … luxury apartments [are being built] faster than Donald Trump tweets ... JP, Roslindale, Roxbury, and Mattapan … rent prices are going up. Homelessness is still a huge issue in our city. We are getting kicked out."
Plus an endorsement for Michael Capuano for Congress (MA 7th District)
It’s never easy being a socialist in the United States. And at no time is it more difficult then come ...
“It’s election season, and so we want to make sure that we start holding elected officials accountable because … a lot of laws, policies, and practices are still crippling and criminalizing black and brown communities."
“We started Access in January after we had had enough. … They treat you like you are the only one, but then you see that there are others. We’ve been on our own, so now we’re trying to work together.”