Katelyn Harrop is a writer, podcast producer, and radio reporter with a focus on social movements and public policy.
Lane Murdock and her peer organizers plan to launch new events, new organizing tools, and new opportunities for nationwide collaboration, all focused around increasing the voices of pre-voting age citizens in the fight against gun violence.
The new mission statement by the USCIS sparked a college-led, pro-immigration controversy for students to take action.
With 66 percent of Americans calling for stricter gun control overall and 97 percent supporting universal background checks, states have stepped in to fill federal gun control policy fails.
Here's how to rebalance the conversation around how elected officials deal with gun control in your state.
Want to make the world a better place? Here are a few immediate ways to help the most vulnerable among us.
As Trump Continues To Disregard Women's Rights, Take a Stand to Defend Reproductive Rights Across the Country
From protecting birth control to abortion, these advocacy groups are mobilizing in the courts, communities and Congress in 2018.
The Senate has voted down a bill aimed at banning abortions after 20 weeks.
The Supreme Court and states across the country are about to decide whether to strip registered voters of their right to participate on election day.
Jeff Sessions hates weed, but he can't stop these states from making it legal.
19 states are taking proactive preventative measures against the nation’s mass shooting epidemic.
President Trump will shrink two Utah national monuments by almost two million acres, many of which could be opened up for drilling under the rollback.
Only days remain in the 2018 open enrollment period, which is half the length of previous years, so don’t sleep on getting health care.