Baby Steps: How the Pandemic Shows Us That America is Failing Its Parents

By: Amanda Grau Trying to work full-time at home with a new baby during a pandemic is not easy, but it might be an improvement to choosing between paying rent and time for postpartum recovery and child bonding.[3] Being forced to decide between those things should never be normal, yet the United States is the […]

Free the Vote: Felony Disenfranchisement in 2020

By: Inka Boehm Over fifty years have passed since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965 into law, and yet voter disenfranchisement persists at a devastating rate. Despite the promises of the Voting Rights Act and the 24th Amendment, states continue to uphold disenfranchisement practices. An estimated 5.2 million Americans will […]