Are you ready for an astounding statistic? The median net worth of women of color is $0. That’s right, their assets minus their liabilities = zero. And for a sizable portion of the population, they’re completely in the red living…
Marie Newman is an anti-bullying advocate and small businesswoman challenging conservative Democrat Dan Lipinski in Illinois’ 3rd congressional district.
Adam Johnston, Coordinator of Black Belt Citizens Fighting for Health and Justice, joined us on the podcast to discuss BBC’s work, from electing Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate to fighting environmental racism.
Former Onion writer Brian Santa Maria is a Democratic-Farmer-Labor candidate running for Congress in Minnesota’s 3rd, which hasn’t been won by a Democrat since 1958.
Journalism in the Trump era is under attack. Never before has there been a President that is so loose with the truth, and so vicious in his attacks on the First Amendment. In this troubling landscape, Rantt Media is finding its voice.
Jordan Valerie spoke with three DREAMers about the future of DACA and the DREAM Act in the face of the February 8 CR vote that could result in a government shutdown.
Setti Warren is no stranger to overcoming long odds. In 2010, he became the first-ever popularly elected African-American Mayor in Massachusetts, and in 2013 he won re-election. Now, he’s running for Governor against the most popular incumbent governor in the country.
Joe Schiavoni, Ohio’s youngest state senator, joined us on the podcast to discuss his candidacy for governor. If elected, he would be Ohio’s youngest governor in 150 years.
Project 100 Executive Director and Co-Founder Danielle Gram joined us on the podcast to discuss Project 100’s movement to get 100 progressive women in Congress by 2020.
Jess Phoenix, a 35-year-old volcanologist, is running to replace climate change denier Steve Knight in California’s 25th congressional district, a majority-minority district that swung to Hillary Clinton in 2016.