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Clinton's Nomination through an Intersectional Lens

Clinton's Nomination through an Intersectional Lens

by Tori Kroeger On the last Thursday of July 2016, I sat on my family’s couch watching Hillary Clinton take the stage at the Democratic National Convention. After months of being an avid supporter of Bernie Sanders and being critical of Clinton’s policies, I had to take a step back and allow myself to watch history unfold without my opinions getting in the way. For the first time in America ...

Why the Democratic Platform is the Only One That Can Protect Our Planet

Why the Democratic Platform is the Only One That Can Protect Our Planet

by Lilly Strieder It is estimated that the state of Florida will be subaquatic in as little as a few decades. Extreme weather has prevailed in recent years more than ever before: we have polar vortexes, earthquakes, bigger hurricanes in unusual places, longer-lasting blizzards, flooding, droughts, etc. Yet Congress has done little to address climate change, the man-made cause of this madness. I ...

The Progressive Case for the 2016 Democratic Party Platform

The Progressive Case for the 2016 Democratic Party Platform

by Nathan Worob The Democratic Party began as a vision of a political platform for homegrown ideas. It launched politicians like Andrew Jackson, Frederick Douglas, and Franklin Pierce, all notable figures among a vast plethora of others who supported American Conservatism, Slavery, Small Government, and other ideals. If any of them were to look at the official platform of their party today, the ...

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