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Cinco cosas que debe saber sobre los primeros 100 días de Trump

Cinco cosas que debe saber sobre los primeros 100 días de Trump

El día 20 de enero, el Presidente Donald Trump no perdió el tiempo en atacar al establecimiento político y prometer que los olvidados estarán en el centro de su presidencia. Su discurso inaugural estuvo repleto de promesas generalizadas y escasez en políticas específicas. Aun cuando no proporcionó detalles, tras un lapso de horas de haber […]

Five Things You Need to Know About Trump’s First 100 Days

Five Things You Need to Know About Trump’s First 100 Days

President Donald Trump wasted no time attacking the political establishment and promising that the forgotten will be at the center of his presidency in an inaugural address packed with general promises and few specific policies. While short on details, within hours President Trump moved quickly to signal the kind of America he envisions. The White […]

2016: Trumping Politics, Voters Unite Around Bread & Butter Issues

2016: Trumping Politics, Voters Unite Around Bread & Butter Issues

Who knew preschool could bring Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton supporters together? That’s what happened in Dayton, Ohio, where Trump and Clinton supporters came together around the unlikely issue of preschool expansion. X Enjoy that story? Weigh in on the issues you care about by endorsing the Equal Voice National Family Platform. The presidential election […]

Immigration Stop at Texas Ball Park Prompts Call for Change

Immigration Stop at Texas Ball Park Prompts Call for Change

U.S. Border Patrol agents disrupted opening day at a new sports complex in South Texas this month to detain two spectators, a woman and child, leading families and advocates to demand a meeting with local immigration officials. In La Joya, Texas, community groups want changes after Border Patrol agents aggressively questioned the woman and child […]

Election 2016: How Long Lines Are Overlooked Barriers to Voting

Election 2016: How Long Lines Are Overlooked Barriers to Voting

The battle over access to democracy sometimes boils down to standing in line, especially for people of color. Four years ago, Black voters waited, on average, nearly twice as long as White voters to cast their ballots – 12 minutes compared to 23 minutes, the Washington, D.C.-based Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies reports in its […]

A Fair Economy Starts with Fairer Choices by Policymakers

A Fair Economy Starts with Fairer Choices by Policymakers

Families have heard for decades that their economic fortunes are determined by powerful market forces beyond their control, such as globalization and trickle-down economics. These forces, they are told, help explain why their wages are stagnant, their jobs headed overseas, and their skills outdated. According to the Roosevelt Institute, it’s not that simple. Family fortunes […]

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