The Voting Rights Act of 1965, until only recently, was widely regarded as the most effective civil rights statute.
Ohio voters did not send you to Washington and Columbus to play partisan games, shut down national security, and destabilize families.
Why are we conducting business as usual with Brunei?
The hard earned victory of the Flores Settlement is nearly two decades old, and yet its principles are still not fully implemented.
Cochran owes the black voters of his state a great political debt.
Child sex trafficking victims continue to face arrest and detention for prostitution offenses or charges directly related to their exploitation.
You and I are involved with the global slave trade. Most of us don’t know it.
Federal government’s ‘trifecta of inertia’ undermines child welfare laws.
The policies the president presented have the potential to greatly improve the educational and economic outcomes of the Latino community.
Eliminating all barriers to equality for LGBTQ people requires many legislative solutions.