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The Push to Expand Voting Access for Incarcerated People

Voting

In Fort Myers, Black Residents Fear Hurricane Aid Will Bypass Their Neighborhoods

News

Young Black Voters Motivated by Issues, Not Candidates

Meet the Rural, Black Voters Who Hold the Key to Georgia’s Midterm Elections

Voting

The Unintended Consequences of Brown v. Board of Education

News

Jackson’s Not Alone. Water Crises Are Plaguing Black Communities Nationwide.

Environmental Justice

The Black Diaspora’s Complicated Feelings About Queen Elizabeth’s Death

News

Across the Midwest, Counties Are Building New Jails on Toxic Land

Environmental Justice

Meet the Activist Who Is Starting a War Against Climate Disinformation

Environmental Justice

What More Student Loan Relief Would Mean for Black Borrowers

Education

Groundbreaking Legislation Would Seal Criminal Convictions for Many Californians

Criminal Justice

Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Federal Debt Relief Program Dismissed

Policy

Jackson’s Running Water Is ‘High-Pressure Poison,’ Residents Say

Environmental Justice

Clinicians Dismiss Black Women’s Pain. The Consequences Are Dire.

Health Equity

Diabetes Diagnoses Doubled for Black Youth During the Pandemic

Health

Homicides Committed by Black Women Are Rare. So What’s Going On?

Mental Health

Mississippi Water Crisis Is ‘Racism to the Umpteenth Degree,’ Residents Say

Environmental Justice

Officials Withheld Funds Over an Abortion Ban. Black Louisianans Are Most At Risk.

Politics

Does Biden’s new student debt plan do enough for Black Americans?

Higher Education

Why the Inflation Reduction Act Doesn’t ‘Level the Playing Field’ for Black Farmers

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