Voter suppression is a grave threat to democracy in places like Wisconsin. But you can’t mobilize voters to fight back unless the communities whose votes are most suppressed know that their vote can matter.
The American Indian Movement activist—often called America’s longest-incarcerated political prisoner—has been jailed 44 years after being dubiously convicted of murdering two FBI agents.
The members of the United Auto Workers appear to have voted overwhelmingly for “one member, one vote.” If the result holds, it will be a historic win for reformers in one of the nation’s most important unions.
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