Report Emphasizes Racial Data in Police Shootings

With Jeff Sessions taking over as U.S. Attorney General and the job of criminal justice reform ever more clearly seated in the states, local advocates must build or maintain bipartisan momentum in state legislatures and municipalities with the support of philanthropy and national nonprofits.

Worker Challenges Tesla to Sustainable Labor Practices

With union membership down to levels not seen since before the Great Depression, are wages and working conditions to be left solely to the beneficence of management? If not through the collective power of a union, how will the concerns of workers be heard?

DeVos Confirmed by Barest of Margins

Our newest Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, has the distinction of getting more “no” votes as an individual than have been cast cumulatively since the position was created in 1980.