I tend to scoff at internet jokes that lament a specific year because I see them every year. 2016 stands out; American royalty Kylie Jenner proclaimed it as “the year of realizing things.” Climate scientists remember it as another year of record-high global temperatures. Everyone remembers it as the year
Alex Morse’s 2020 congressional campaign ended in scandal. The progressive candidate was accused of sexual misconduct, and swiftly lost most of the support from his progressive coalition. Endorsements were reneged, funding dried up, and Morse lost by 17 points. Then, evidence emerged that the allegations were part of a
On January 13, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Chair of the U.S. House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis, joined a coalition of environment action groups in a virtual town hall to discuss the climate solutions democrats intend to push forward under Joe Biden’s administration. The event, which was hosted
On the morning of the 6th of January, democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Reverend Warnock were elected to the United States Senate. These victories were made possible through the tireless work of Black organizers in the south, including Stacy Abrahms, who has spent the past decade working against voter suppression.