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Take the Racial Justice Pledge

Donna P. Hall | Posted 04.30.2015 | Impact
Donna P. Hall

One valuable action is to contribute to community organizations working to address the inequities and outrages of the criminal justice system, as well as economic inequality, racial health disparities and structural barriers to building political power for people of color. At this moment, more than ever, if you believe that #BlackLivesMatter, you should support a stronger movement for racial justice.

Happy Mother's Day to the Lowest-Paid Workers in America

Donna P. Hall | Posted 07.08.2014 | Business
Donna P. Hall

We must acknowledge the millions of mothers earning minimum wage who struggle every day just to provide basic necessities for their families. For these mothers, I would bet that brunch and flowers are low on the list of priorities this Sunday.

Why Raising the Minimum Wage is the Most Important Women's Issue of 2014

Donna P. Hall | Posted 07.01.2014 | Impact
Donna P. Hall

We've become accustomed to feeling outrage and concern when women's reproductive rights are under attack, but shouldn't we be equally alarmed when women's economic well-being is on the line?

We're Minding the Gap, But How Do We Close It?

Donna P. Hall | Posted 05.25.2014 | Impact
Donna P. Hall

White males are only 32 percent of the population, but somehow hold almost 80 percent of the seats in Congress. Millionaires are just 4 percent of the American population, but represent more than half of Congress. This disconnect is too great to be ignored.

Wendy Davis and Julian Castro Are the Texas Future; Ted Cruz and Greg Abbott Are the Texas Past

Brent Budowsky | Posted 11.03.2013 | Politics
Brent Budowsky

The hour will soon arrive when Texas State Sen. Wendy Davis (D) announces whether she will run for governor, and if she does, Texas politics will never be the same.