Advancement Project's Blog

Bree Took a Stand. Will You?

June 30, 2015

Bree Took a Stand. Will You?

By Jennifer Farmer, Managing Director of Communications

Automatic voter registration is great news, but should not be exclusive

June 23, 2015

Automatic voter registration is great news, but should not be exclusive

By Kathy Culliton-González, Senior Attorney and Director of Voter Protection

Meet the Press Should Have Axed Gun Violence Segment

June 23, 2015

Meet the Press Should Have Axed Gun Violence Segment

By Jennifer Farmer, Managing Director of Communications

The Media’s Irresponsible Coverage of Eric Casebolt

June 10, 2015

The Media’s Irresponsible Coverage of Eric Casebolt

By Jennifer Farmer, Managing Director of Communications

‘We now know students cannot be tested out of poverty’

June 03, 2015

‘We now know students cannot be tested out of poverty’

By Valerie Strauss, Reporter at the Washington Post

Civil rights organizations fail to represent education civil rights agenda

June 03, 2015

Civil rights organizations fail to represent education civil rights agenda

By Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director of Advancement Project; John H. Jackson, President and CEO of the Schott Foundation for Public Education; and Pedro Noguera, Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education at New York University

A Next Generation Tool to Tackle Denver’s School-to-Prison Pipeline

May 15, 2015

A Next Generation Tool to Tackle Denver’s School-to-Prison Pipeline

By Jason Q. Sinocruz and Oscar Lopez

A Shared Heritage of Marginalization and Resistance

May 04, 2015

A Shared Heritage of Marginalization and Resistance

By Jason Q. Sinocruz, Staff Attorney

LGBTQ Youth & the School-to-Prison Pipeline

April 27, 2015

LGBTQ Youth & the School-to-Prison Pipeline

By Kaitlin Banner, Staff Attorney

The danger of Steve King’s immigration hyperbole

April 27, 2015

The danger of Steve King’s immigration hyperbole

By Judith Browne-Dianis, Co-Director of Advancement Project, and Marielena Hincapié, Executive Director of National Immigration Law Center

Nationwide Suspension Rates at U.S. Schools (2011-12)

April 16, 2015

Nationwide Suspension Rates at U.S. Schools (2011-12)

The Civil Rights Project

Why Police Shootings Are a Federal Problem

April 15, 2015

Why Police Shootings Are a Federal Problem

By Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director

ESEA Reauthorization: A Chance to Right a Wrong

April 15, 2015

ESEA Reauthorization: A Chance to Right a Wrong

By Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director of Advancement Project, and Jitu Brown, National Coordinator for Journey for Justice Alliance

Beyond Bloody Sunday: The work left in Selma

April 07, 2015

Beyond Bloody Sunday: The work left in Selma

By Jadine Johnson, Staff Attorney

Lessons About Home, From Kendrick Lamar

April 02, 2015

Lessons About Home, From Kendrick Lamar

By Sean Flores, Program Associate

Senate GOP, stop the gamesmanship and confirm Loretta Lynch

March 24, 2015

Senate GOP, stop the gamesmanship and confirm Loretta Lynch

By Judith Browne Dianis, Co-Director

Why North Carolina is the New Selma

March 24, 2015

Why North Carolina is the New Selma

By Penda Hair, Co-Director

Why We Still Need to Fight: #Selma50

March 04, 2015

Why We Still Need to Fight: #Selma50

By Mitu Yilma, Communications Associate for Digital Media

Why We’re Marching: #HKonJ on February 14

February 11, 2015

Why We’re Marching: #HKonJ on February 14

By Mitu Yilma, Communications Associate for Digital Media

Yes Sister Friend: Why LGBTQ Young Women of Color and Allies Need Support

February 04, 2015

Yes Sister Friend: Why LGBTQ Young Women of Color and Allies Need Support

By Jumoke Balogun, Senior Communications Associate

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