After passing a bill allowing localities to remove Confederate monuments, the General Assembly voted to create a commission to consider removing the statue of Robert E. Lee from the U.S.
COVID-19 is rapidly changing the world. Adapting is difficult, but we will get through this by working together and supporting one another. These resources will enable you to help and support your community in this unprecedented era of quarantines and social distancing.
Since my partner decided to come out as transgender almost two years ago, we’ve had more conversations about how that decision would affect our careers, shared earning potential, and living
You may have heard that the Families First Act, the bill passed by the federal government to help families who are in crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic, includes paid
Our census form arrived about five days ago, right at the start of our intense social distancing. As millennials, my partner and I have never actually filled out a census
Heroes: Delegates Jay Jones and Lashrecse Aird This week, many delegates took to the floor to speak against SJ18, a proposed redistricting constitutional amendment that leaves communities of color behind.
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.
Oof! I don’t know about you, but I’m still recovering from the whiplash of the last 60 days! We passed so many fantastic bills during this historic General Assembly session,
Heroes: Activists Fighting to Raise Virginia’s Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour Statewide On Wednesday, grassroots activists packed the House Briefing Room at the General Assembly for a press conference
Hero: Alexsis Rodgers Speaking truth to power is the definition of being a hero, even when that power is in the hands of an ally. That’s why, today, we celebrate