There’s no doubt about it–women in Virginia are kicking butt and taking names. We started last year by electing a whole slate of progressive women to the House of Delegates.
“You don’t have to tell me about the statistics, I’ve lived it. I’ve been paid less throughout my career.” Sharon (not her real name) doesn’t share the shock at the
Equal Pay Day is on April 10 this year. The day marks how long into 2018 the average woman must work to earn what her male counterpart earned in 2017
Are you a super motivated, progressive individual who is motivated to shake things up and get people energized around progressive issues in Virginia this summer? Would you like to spend
This month, I received a biopsy courtesy of Planned Parenthood. I live in Virginia and, for me, Planned Parenthood has consistently been a source of affordable and sometimes critical healthcare.
This is part of a series of posts on Heather Cordasco, who is running for election in District 93. Read the other posts in this series: Heather Cordasco Doesn’t Understand
This is part of a series of posts on Heather Cordasco, who is running for election in District 93. Read the other posts in this series: Why Heather Cordasco is
On Monday morning the people of Virginia awakened to breaking news from Las Vegas, Nevada. The headlines read “50 dead, 200 injured.” The toll from the mass shooting would eventually
Freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequence. This Sunday, reporter Megyn Kelly will sit down with extreme conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for an interview on NBC. She shouldn’t. If
Meet the Candidates On Tuesday, May 9th Progress Virginia will host “Debate for the State” between Democratic gubernatorial candidates Ralph Northam and Tom Perriello. In anticipation of this event, we’re