As India’s agrarian crisis deepens, so too will the social unrest, which may force future elected officials to take action on the growing demands of India’s powerful rural populace.
These trailblazers often drew from their own personal stories to connect with and win over the hearts of voters. Each is heading to Washington to advance a bold social and economic justice agenda, with a strong focus on reversing inequality.
“If your politicians are not serving you, get rid of them. And if you don’t have anyone to vote for, run.”
It turns out that many people who care about the environment never vote. One organization is working to change that.
The good news/bad news is that Trump is no better at criminality (or hiding secrets or deflecting retribution) than he is at being a mock, TV-celebrity president.
At least 6 million U.S. citizens cannot vote in the United States because they have been convicted of a felony.
Salon talks to director Kimberly Reed about her new documentary.
“Angry educators are flooding down-ballot races.”