Through personal testimonies of systemic racism, poverty and inequality, ecological devastation, and militarism, the event brought the campaign’s bold fusion agenda to new audiences.
Black immigrant domestic workers are at the epicenter of three converging storms—the pandemic, the resulting economic depression, and structural racism.
Despite 100,000 confirmed US coronavirus deaths, powerful economic interests are fighting to reopen the country prematurely — no matter the cost to workers.
Foundations and donors to advised funds ought to be held to new payout standards for a future that requires all hands — and dollars — on deck.
To unlock billions in charitable resources during this crisis, Congress should double the mandated payout of private foundations and donor-advised funds.
When it comes to distributing financial support, the federal government should be propping up those who need it most.
We need an emergency charity stimulus and taxpayers have subsidized one, but the $200 billion in funds remain sidelined.
The 15 most rural states would face heavy blows to jobs, revenue, mail and package deliveries, and voting rights.
With the right policy actions now, we can exit this pandemic on a pathway to a more decent and equitable society.
While millions of Americans were being thrown out of work by the coronavirus, the super rich saw their wealth increase 10 percent.
The president is trying to use the coronavirus crisis to kill the public postal service. We can’t let him.
“Wash your hands. Don’t touch your face. And buy a subscription to your local newspaper.”
“I think this moment global pandemic is showing us very clearly that all human life is interrelated, which means that none of us is safe until all of us are safe.”
Closed borders and ICE raids mean crowded detention centers and camps, which is always inhumane. In a pandemic, it’s a global public health threat.
The fossil-fuel industry’s problems were self-inflicted, and it’s barreling us toward the next crisis.