Starting Juneteenth with an article about Bernie and revolution … Continue reading →
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Congress Alexandria was born in the Bronx to working-class parents. Her father was a small business owner from the South Bronx. Her mother was born in Puerto Rico—growing up around a large family near Arecibo. Her mother cleaned homes, and everyone pitched in on the family business. From an early age, Alexandria grew up with a deep understanding of income inequality. The state of Bronx public schools in the late 80s and early 90s sent her parents on a search for a solution. She ended up attending public school in Yorktown—40 minutes north of her birthplace. As … Continue reading →
Bernie slams Senate GOP‘s police reform bill.
Siegel for Texas Mike Siegel is a civil rights lawyer and former public school teacher running for Congress in the Texas 10th. He has served the people for 20 years, first as an educator to ensure equal opportunity for his students, and then as an advocate, fighting for the rights of his clients. Mike began his career in 1999, joining the Americorps national civil service program and teaching 3rd grade as a Teach for America corps member. He taught in the classroom for five years, and founded two nonprofit education agencies that, nearly 20 years later, continue to provide free … Continue reading →
Progressives advance in PA
Huge victory in the Supreme Court for LGBTQ workers!
Let’s start with an interesting Bernie interview in WaPo.
Bernie and Booker talk about marijuana legalization. … Continue reading →