“I never know if I am being asked to be a part of something out of white guilt or because I’ve earned it,” said Brooklyn Doby, owner of B. Denae Artistry and the subject of this Small Business Spotlight.
Two lawsuits make the same core argument, but ask for starkly different solutions from different jurists—the conservative-led state Supreme Court or a federal court.
Community leaders are encouraged by early actions and statements, but they want the president’s intentions to turn into real reforms.
Outreach and organizing must be done year-round to counter suppression and violent opposition to election equality.
In scathing court filing, Evers reiterates call to extend deadline to Nov. 9.
Study finds poll closures — spurred by a lack of workers due to health concerns — directly led to a depressed turnout.
Aug. 5 hearing date set, with decision to come by end of August.
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