Even before COVID-19, digital organizing had long been on the rise, and Democrats had put special effort into bolstering digital infrastructure in recent years. Still, until March 2020, nobody imagined that the emphasis on digital organizing would transform into an absolute dependence.
Trump’s recent acquittal stunned many Americans within the context of the January 6th Capital Riots. By looking at the history of impeachment, though, questions over impeachment’s true purpose and usefulness in the modern political era shows it may not be as obsolete as one may think.
The speed and urgency of the Biden administration was welcomed by those who closely watch and study development policy in the US, and crucial for the administration’s hopes of successfully handling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The world is not perfect and will never be perfect as we will never all agree. However, we must agree that the protection of human rights is a universal problem that requires a solution.
Ultimately, Democrats and Republicans alike should aim to make the next election season as sane and reasonable as possible. An important first step, which is admittedly more appealing to Democrats, is to end partisan gerrymandering.
The Black workers seeking to unionize their workplace in Bessemer are not merely reacting to conditions that originated with Amazon.
As the COVID recession freed us from the doctrine of fiscal restraint, other lessons for the climate crisis that we might have taken from the pandemic were disregarded.
In the same way, we craft our own perspective, rejecting the medical model to reframe disability as a socio-cultural identity where members have shared history, customs, and experience while remaining distinctive in the challenges faced at their own crossroads between intersectional identities