In 2016, Courage California launched an annual legislative scorecard called Courage Score: The People’s Report Card — a tool designed to help Californians learn about how their elected representatives in the State Assembly and Senate cast their votes on key progressive bills. The scorecard reveals how often legislators stand up for constituents over corporate lobbyists, … Continued
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Politicians have long been beholden to corporations and their donors rather than their constituents. And here in California, where Democrats have held majorities in the state legislature since 1997, corporations invest in moderate Democrats to hold onto their power. In California, having a “D” next to their name doesn’t mean a legislator is committed to … Continued
People like me and families like mine have experienced anti-Asian racism in the United States for centuries, and especially now with the rise in anti-Asian violence in the last year. The pandemic has become an excuse for people to outwardly direct their racism and hate towards AAPI communities, and it is a painful reminder that there is … Continued
The California Democratic Party is about to elect its chair for a four-year term, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. The Party Chair is responsible for leading the direction of the Democrats in California. The Chair implements election strategy for nearly 60,000 volunteers, engages California voters, and draws in donors. There are currently two California … Continued
As voters, we have the power–right now–to influence the Party’s direction by electing folks who reflect our values of equity and justice to represent us.
The tools of government will only take us so far when the government itself has long sanctioned violence against our BIPOC communities. To that end, they have been doing exactly the job they were established to do, protect white interests at all costs.
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Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a celebratory yet somber time of year. During the first two days of November, families and communities come together to remember, honor, and celebrate those lives who are no longer with us, in their physical form, on earth. You’ll often find oferendas with pictures of … Continued
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