Getting started as an advocate
Whether you attend a town hall, meet with your representative’s district office, or host an event for your local community, there are many ways you can stand up to defend our democracy.
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Georgia: Where Baseball Meets Politics
While Georgia’s new voting law is not as insidious as some of its first iterations, it is not unreasonable for MLB to condemn the law as it is and to take action to move the All-Star Game to a new venue.
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It’s Time to Unsubscribe from Culture Wars
It seems the Republican party has forgotten how to govern.
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The Dangers of Dehumanization
While some may think the use of dehumanizing language is reserved only for genocide, subtle acts of dehumanization occur all the time, often for political purposes.
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The right to vote deserves to be protected
Across the country, state legislatures are introducing hundreds of bills aimed at restricting, or limiting in some way, the right to vote.
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The Latest
Biden Seeks to Combat Domestic Terrorism
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The administration’s commitment to confronting, defusing and countering homegrown terror is a welcome change from the last administration’s approval and encouragement of conspiracy and hate-fueled extremist groups.
Statement on Biden Administration Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism
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Terrorism is anathema to democracy and liberty. It does not matter if it comes from beyond our borders or is perpetrated by members of our American community.
An update on some of the biggest issues affecting our democracy today
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An update on some of the biggest issues affecting our democracy today.
Congress failed to create a Jan. 6th commission. Now what?
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The January 6th attack on the Capitol Building was unprecedented in the history of American democracy.
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