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Democrats Can Win Back the House, By Fixing It

The best part of my Thanksgiving weekend was sitting around the table with family debating the upcoming NCAA national championship game. I have...

ChristieCrat Politics and Conflicting Loyalties

Pundits across the country are in full speculation mode that Chris Christie’s re-election may illuminate the path for Republicans to recapture the White House...

Changing Electorate: Boston Will Soon Have a Mayor of Color

Boston is in the middle of its first open mayoral election in twenty years, and many thought that this was the opportunity to elect...

Fighting Childhood Obesity, One Community at a Time

By Shavon Arline-Bradley, Senior Director, NAACP Health Programs As children everywhere head back to school, filling their book bags with folders and their lunch boxes...

Immigration Reform: One Wrong Vote and This May Be GOP’s Last...

  This is a seminal moment for America. After decades of negotiating, compromising, and peaceful protest our U.S. House of Representatives is set to cast...

Progressive Ideals Out of Touch with Needs of Minority Communities?

If progressives ever had as a goal the expansion of broadband to minorities, that goal must have fallen off the agenda.  Just as the...

Immigration and Its Deep Roots in Social Justice

Comprehensive immigration reform has been a hotly contested issue in recent times across many states and on the national stage.  But restrictive immigration policies...

Will Young Voters of Color Amplify Their Voice in New Jersey...

  There are plenty of reasons for New Jersey’s young surging electorate to vote this year. They will have a chance to elect New Jersey’s...

Helping English Language Learning Students in Texas, Without the High Stakes

The issue with current mandated testing in Texas are the high-stakes attached to them. These high stakes have an even greater effect on English Language Learners (ELLs). ELLs are more likely to have to repeat a grade, graduate late, or be placed on low-track remedial education programs.

Post-High School Decision Could Cost You $550,000

With an economy in recovery and a job market harder to enter than Fort Knox, many are questioning the true value of college these...