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2022 Yields Best Statehouse Redistricting Maps in Pennsylvania’s History

A coalition of community advocacy organizations has achieved remarkable success in securing fairer voting representation for Pennsylvania communities.

Lawsuits Hope to Extinguish Racist Gerrymandering in Multiple States

Voting rights advocates have brought an array of lawsuits in states across the country to stop what they say is an attempt to "rig democracy."

Vicar of Orlando Churches Blasts Florida Governor DeSantis for Redistricting Maneuver

"The governor is treating us like this is a plantation and he is a mini-king," said Father José Rodríguez of Orlando's Jesus of Nazareth Episcopal Church.

Not Too Soon to Engage in Census 2030

Census 2020 seems to have sustained the attention of a broader swath of America’s public than any census in recent memory.

Housing, Hate, and Health Top Concerns for AAPI in LA

The agency will be translating all written materials into the 15 most-used languages in the state and adding more interpreters to its phone lines.

For Georgia’s Youth, ‘Maps are Our Future’

Youth activists in Georgia say attacks on the franchise are playing out in the state's current redistricting process.

Cuenta atrás en la redistribución de distritos: los Latinos lideran el crecimiento de...

A pesar de liderar el crecimiento de la población estadounidense en la última década, los latinos han perdido peso.

Redistricting Countdown: Latinos Lead in Population Growth, Lose in Voting Clout

The worst practitioners of racial gerrymandering are Republicans, but it has also occurred in some states where Democrats dominate the process, such as Illinois.

Supreme Court’s Stay Delivers Gut Punch to Fair Redistricting in Alabama

SCOTUS delivered a major blow to voting rights advocates when it stayed a lower court’s ruling ordering Alabama to redraw its legislative districts.

Born an Activist: A Venezuelan Student Protester Turns into an Advocate for Latinos...

Cecilia González Herrera's earliest memories are of the successive closure of independent television channels and newspapers in her country, Venezuela.

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