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The Women’s Caucus is three things. First, we are students of politics, every month our themes drive us to educate ourselves more about the world around us. Second, we are action-focused and action-driven; we take what we have learned to create concrete steps to…
For this month’s member engagement drive, we’d like to know about a stellar Democratic woman you think should run for office – and why. Alternatively, tell us about a Democratic woman you’re voting for in the primaries – and why. We’re not looking for…
Google image search ‘environment’, and you’ll see green forests, blue skies and clear streams. But there’s something wrong with this picture. It looks nothing like the communities of most Americans of color.
In one of America’s reddest states, can this proud, Nebraskan businesswoman unseat her GOP opponent? Chuck Schumer seems to think so.
by Anna Claire Croghan, Alyssa Blachez and Kate Van Dermark. Image taken at the DAUK Women’s Caucus volunteer event, The Big Dig on April 21st at the Regent’s Park allotment gardens. “The changing climate further increases disparities as its impacts hit vulnerable populations the hardest….
By Meghan Feeks It ain’t easy being “blue” these days, but things are definitely looking up. Special and state elections have brought Democrats to power in key states, and the latest polls have Democrats holding a double-digit lead over Republicans for the 2018 midterms.