Political Paraphernalia: The Integral Role Your Fashion Choices Play in Who You Support

By Anthony Walton Lately it seems that ‘visibility’ has become a buzzword within social justice movements and political conversations. Sometimes it can be easy to forget the things that we hear. Just telling people about who you support and why you support them is good, but visual representation has the power to bring a required … More Political Paraphernalia: The Integral Role Your Fashion Choices Play in Who You Support

The Need for Diversity in American Politics

By Rohith Rao The United States has always been a global melting pot of people from various cultural, religious, racial and ethnic backgrounds. However, this is hardly reflected in the nation’s politics with minorities being historically underrepresented. The disproportionate presence of white non-Hispanic men in Congress, State Legislatures and most elected offices could be a … More The Need for Diversity in American Politics

Top 10 Indiana Minority Candidates Running for 2018 Elections

By Rohith Rao This article is part of our series shining the spotlight on minority candidates running for U.S. and state Senate and House races from states all across the country. This week we start of with an analysis of midterm races in the state of Indiana. 1. Dee Thornton  (D), 5th Congressional District Thornton is running … More Top 10 Indiana Minority Candidates Running for 2018 Elections