"As the first elected on the Working Families Party, I support the Women's Economic Agenda and the Everybody Benefits Coalition."
As the march from Selma continues, there's a movement to end the most anti-democratic features of election law.
In New York, it's truly a tale of two cities: a city of the very rich, growing richer, and the poor, who are growing poorer.
On this date in 1986, the writer Ding Ling, a champion of women's rights, died. Born as Jiang Bingzhi in Linli, Hunan province, China.
An investigation released today finds sweeping patterns of racial bias within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department.
Before the march, participants gathered to make a "peace pledge," writing the name of a loved one lost to violence, or a message of peace, on a red felt heart.
On this date in 1964, Cassius Clay, later known as Muhammad Ali, became world heavyweight boxing champion by defeating Sonny Liston in a stunning upset.
One of the greatest scholars, thinkers and activists for African American liberation was born on this date in 1868.
Families being hurt and their advocates gathered in New Haven City Hall to tell their stories to Sen. Richard Blumenthal.
The 41st Annual People's World African American History Month Celebrations will take place in Hartford and New Haven, Conn.