Kimberley Richards is a NYC-based freelance writer. She's worked at the Huffington Post, Romper, and The Philadelphia Tribune. She previously served as an aide to a Philadelphia City Council member, as the African-American Community Liaison.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi have appealed a judge’s order to fix the voter restoration system for former felons that a judge ruled unconstitutional.
Thousands Are Marching on Washington on the 50th Anniversary of MLK’s Assassination to Fight Racial Injustice
The National Council of Churches spearheaded the rally as part of an initiative to confront racism, and address accountability to fight racial injustice within the faith community.
The state admitted to weakening Latino votes based on racist practices. Now, it's committed to change.
Last year the Women's March co-chairs emphasized intersectionality, and this year everyone must be on the same page when it comes to what inclusion looks like.
Thousands of eligible voters in places like Indiana, Ohio and more are mistakenly denied the right to vote due to these practices
Millions of people — mostly African Americans — cannot vote in Florida and across the country. This has huge implications for who gets elected to public office.
Color of Change explains why the conflict between black athletes and Trump is about way more than players kneeling during Monday Night Football.
Florida activists are pushing a constitutional amendment that could pave the way to restore voting rights for 25 percent of the nation’s disenfranchised ex-offenders.
On November 7, Ohio voters will decide to vote “yes” or “no” on drug price caps. The result of the vote has wide implications for how Americans negotiate prescription drugs.
This November has big implications for the state's health care future.
Alabama GOP nominee Roy Moore doesn’t believe “homosexual conduct” should be legal. He could become the next U.S Senator.