July 27, 2023 -
Florida’s Senate Bill 1718 is the culmination of over a decade of restrictive policies in the South targeting undocumented immigrants. Organizers and legal advocates draw from historical challenges and victories across the region to understand outcomes of the Sunshine State's newest law.
March 29, 2018 -
For years, Southern state legislators have tried to defend racial gerrymandering by claiming that it's required by the Voting Rights Act. Now the Trump administration is pointing to the same law to justify a new census question about citizenship.
November 9, 2017 -
A poll conducted in Virginia on the eve of the Nov. 7 election found that losing Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie's reliance on anti-immigrant race-baiting did not work — and in fact turned off many of the state's voters, most of whom support welcoming immigration policies.
February 10, 2017 -
On the second anniversary of the murder of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, the foundation created to honor their lives has joined with Van Jones' #LoveArmy initiative for a campaign to encourage acts of kindness and service.