I, and a handful of other students like myself were fortunate enough to attend the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C., thanks to the scholarships gifted by generous ILNH community members. I groggily got ...
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I’ve been doing this intensive activism work for almost 15 months and every day I reach into my hope- and fear-filled brain for motivation. The New York Times waits at my door to supply me ...
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While Pennsylvania is top of the national news with our battle against extreme gerrymandering by our state’s Republican legislature, our local elections are making headlines too: Read this piece from the New York Times! Here’s ...
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“Goofy Kicking Donald” was but one of the jokes elicited by the erratically drawn Republican map of Pennsylvania’s congressional districts. (Please see the image.) Widely considered one of the nation’s most blatant cases of gerrymandering ...
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Binge watching old episodes of West Wing, a stiff drink, or putting our heads in the sand might help us feel better, but it may not be the most productive way to cope with the ...
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It is unconscionable that as a nation we’ve had to bear witness to yet another mass shooting. The Parkland shooting on Valentine’s Day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School ranks among the top ten deadliest ...
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Still hopeful that Gov. Phil Murphy will make New Jersey one of the first states to provide automatic voter registration, the ILNH N.J. Voter Mobilization Action Group will be working to get voters registered at ...
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EQUALITY. We hear it, say it, and throw the word around as if we were players in a frenetic March Madness basketball game. But the battle for equality is a long one, rooted deep in ...
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Although the efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) “failed,” it continues to be under daily assault by the Trump administration and the Department of Health and Human Services. The Trump administration ...
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