Across the country, activists mobilize to make sure every vote counts.
Weeks before the California Legislature considers a bill to end the prison-to-deportation pipeline, You was sent to the country his family fled when he was 4.
After a lifetime in the U.S., a Cambodian-born parolee faces imminent expulsion unless California's governor grants him clemency.
Tribes struggling to rebuild after Hurricane Ida were surprised when the Biden administration reopened oil and gas leasing.
Underpaid and saddled with debt, Vibez maintains a strong work ethic and a hopeful attitude.
In the poorest state in the nation, a push to cancel federal support for those out of work.
Capital & Main's founding editor-in-chief is stepping down after ten years at the helm.
After the water stopped flowing, a grassroots effort in Jackson is organizing the Black community for future climate and political crises.
A report on systemic racist police violence against Blacks in the United States is expected by the end of March.
This week a sweeping immigration reform bill is to be introduced in the House of Representatives.
Immigrant rights advocates claim that the abuses of the criminal legal system parallel institutional injustices against migrants.
Ahead of the Jan. 5 senatorial runoff, there's a hunger for change.
In one of the wealthiest areas in the country, the Shinnecock Nation fights to survive as Thanksgiving approaches.
A surge of white supremacism in Alamance County has been met with a burgeoning racial justice movement.
Three migrant workers recall the adversity they faced when they arrived to resurrect New Orleans. Many workers who came in Hurricane Katrina’s wake still face those...
What impact could 34 million poor nonvoters make if they started participating in elections?
One former prisoner can vote for the first time, tens of thousands are still waiting.