The African American Mayors Association will meet for a three-day conference starting April 19 to chat about infrastructure policy and equity

While not a silver bullet, the president's move last week is seen by many as a step in the right direction.

The president ordered “a full and unconditional pardon” for all U.S. citizens and permanent residents previously convicted of simple possession of marijuana at the federal level and in D.C.


This midterm election cycle has revealed the potency of conspiracy theories that prop up narratives of victimhood and messages of hate across the complex American landscape of white nationalism.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

The clock is ticking for borrowers around the country. Restarting student loan payments amid recent price increases would not only be shortsighted politically, but it could also push more people into financial ruin. 

President Biden has the ability to mandate mass debt relief for millions of Black students, but will he finally deliver on his promise come August? We'll just have to wait and see.

In his opening remarks, Biden said he would use the federal government's full power to oppose state-level efforts to restrict autonomy and invade personal medical decisions.

Business & Economy

It's a challenge many countries are facing, Rouse explained.  


Black voters remain the most solid group supporting the president, albeit not as many.

Looking ahead to the 2022 midterm elections, Sen. Schumer also said it was a winning issue that could help drive voter turnout, particularly among younger voters. 

At numerous points in modern history, majority opinions were inconsistent with values of equity and justice.


Any issues in the Democratic party need to be addressed internally and not playing out in anonymous talking points.