Elections and Coronavirus: How to Make Voting Safe
We cannot allow COVID-19 to prevent Americans from exercising their constitutional right to vote, nor should we expect Americans to choose between voting and protecting their health.
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Voting in WI is a worst-case scenario. Make sure it doesn’t happen again.
On Tuesday, voters across the state of Wisconsin were forced to choose between their health and their right to vote. It didn’t have to be this way.
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Vote-by-mail: You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers.
In light of this global coronavirus pandemic, voters should not have to choose between exercising their right to vote and preserving their health.
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A few important things you can do to help others
Crises can test the strength and resolve of any society. They create fear, and in the case of the coronavirus, they forcibly divide us from one another. But crises also present an opportunity for us to remember who we are as a nation, and step up to the immense challenges [...]
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Coronavirus: be prepared, be practical, be proactive
While the coronavirus continues to spread in the US and globally, it’s critical that we work together as a nation to prepare and respond to this public health threat.
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Our independence depends on our unity
categories: Blog
For most of us, this Independence Day is unlike any Fourth of July we’ve experienced before. Yet, this isn’t the first time that our national celebration will fall during contentious, or even dangerous times.
Police Reform: What is Congress Doing to Act?
categories: Blog
Two bills have been introduced, one in the House and the other in the Senate. While both bills share common ground, there are a few stark differences which will need to be addressed before a bipartisan agreement can be reached.
What lessons haven’t we learned since 2016? Lesson 5: Are YOU Disinfo?
categories: Defusing Disinfo
We need to be more aware of whether and when our own posts are feeding narratives being pushed by adversaries and malign actors, what that means, and what we should do about it.
We should all celebrate Juneteenth
categories: Blog
This is not a holiday for only some Americans, it is an American holiday. It is not just the day that the last American slaves finally got their inherent right to freedom, it is the day that America finally liberated itself of an inhuman and intolerable institution, that by its very existence rebutted our claims to be a free nation of, by and for the people.
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