- Taking Back the Supreme Courton August 2, 2021
Major changes are warranted to save a broken institution.
- Smart Ass Cripple: Maybe Cleveland’s New Baseball Team Name Won’t End Protests After Allon August 2, 2021
In changing its name from “Indians” to “Guardians,” a Major League Baseball team creates an opportunity to push back against exploitative arrangements.
- The Republican Commissionon August 2, 2021
Now isn’t the time to let bygones be bygones.
- Black Athletes Need a Reprieve from the Hair Barrieron July 31, 2021
Rules regarding hair style and length force a choice between two identities.
- Edge of Sports: Speak Out and Playon July 30, 2021
This is no longer a time of “sports leagues against racism.”
- Midwest Dispatch: Who Pays When a Charter School Suddenly Closes?on July 30, 2021
The recent closing of a Minneapolis charter school shows how the U.S. education system truly treats under-served communities.
- Vox Populist: Odd Virus Attacks GOP Governors!on July 29, 2021
Having such a delusional governor is embarrassing, but the disease turns downright scary when infected governors try acting on their paranoia.
- Ranked-Choice Voting Might Not Be the Solution Progressives Think it Ison July 29, 2021
The New York City mayoral experiment was an incremental change that more or less upholds the status quo.
- Shining a Light on the Tales of Whistleblowerson July 28, 2021
Filmmaker Sonia Kennebeck completes a trilogy of documentaries that grapple with the complexities of exposing the truth.
- Wisconsin Lawmaker Wants Arizona-Style Auditon July 28, 2021
The elections committee chair vows to “initiate a more intensive investigation” of possible election fraud.
- Middle America: Ron Johnson, an Embarrassing Liabilityon July 28, 2021
If the Wisconsin senator does run for re-election, it will be a test of Trump’s hold on Republican voters.
- The Other Americans: U.S. Policy Is Deeply Implicated in Haiti’s Crisison July 28, 2021
Following the killing of President Jovenel Moïse, Haitians are hesitant to seek aid from the United States, due to the West’s long history of intervention in the island nation.
- Dems Are Failing to Engage Young Peopleon July 27, 2021
Young Americans like me shouldn’t feel like kids in the grocery store putting candy in the cart and having our elected officials tell us, “Put that back.”
- The Problems and the Promiseon July 27, 2021
An interview with activist and Ohio Congressional candidate Nina Turner.
- You Can Work but Not Stayon July 27, 2021
Immigrant rights activists are trying to convince elected officials that workers are essential enough to be given a path to citizenship.