Guys I’m going stir crazy. I know this quarantine business is hard, but social distancing is working. Ever since states have put stay at home orders into place, we’ve started
We know that it’s hard out there. The coronavirus is spreading, businesses and schools are closing, and uncertainty is everywhere. Crises hit the most vulnerable in our society the hardest.
The Virginia General Assembly is crazy complicated. As a newbie to Virginia politics, I had a sneaking suspicion that there were other Virginians who wouldn’t mind me explaining the puzzle
Unless you were sleeping under a rock the past couple of weeks, you know that we did the damn thing and turned the General Assembly blue! We now have a
This is part three of a three-part series on the rise of women of color in the Virginia state legislature. Check out part one and part two. Thanks for rocking
This is part two of a three-part series on the rise of women of color in the Virginia state legislature. Click here to read part one. via GIPHY Over my
This is part one of a three part series on the rise of women of color in the Virginia state legislature. 2019 has been a weird year here in Virginia.
It’s hard out here y’all. The world we knew ten years ago no longer exists. It’s not like there was ever a good time in America for people of color
In this blog post, I interviewed Equality Virginia Executive Director James Parrish on the evolution of Pride month and what’s on the horizon of the legislative landscape for Equality Virginia.
Spoiler Alert: This blog contains spoilers from season 3 of “The Bold Type”. On last Tuesday’s episode of “The Bold Type”, a show on Freeform profiling millennial women in the