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Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States, and just one of several “Emancipation Days” observed by Black diasporic communities in the Caribbean, Mexico, Canada, and the U.S.

On the week that marks the eighth anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, SCOTUS has decided to overrule the wrongful termination of this crucial program.

The Supreme Court  rules that sexual orientation and gender identity are included in Title VII's prohibition of discrimination on the basis of sex.

Vivian chose to join LWV of Minnesota Education Fund v. Simon because she hopes that, by telling her story, she can make progress in dismantling subtle systems of voter suppression.

USPS is a critical piece of infrastructure helping many individuals navigate daily life. Congress must protect USPS so it can continue to provide its critical services.

People from all over this country are exercising their First Amendment rights as they protest the killing of countless Black lives that have been taken at the hands of police.

Because of COVID-19, the Census has been forced to propose changes to its operating timeline and the dates for sending data regarding apportionment and redistricting.

Very much like life, there have been challenges often, but with each test, the NVRA has uncovered valuable lessons on how to remain standing.

A year ago SCOTUS declined to set a standard to rein in partisan gerrymandering, leading to the launch of our nationwide fair maps campaign. Here's where we are six months in.

With a surplus of time that must be spent at home, we are here to help you bring some productivity into your quarantine while also satisfying the urge to relax on your couch.