This Tuesday, women and men throughout the US and in 200 countries worldwide came together for the RISE to end violence against all women and girls as part of Valentine’s Day.
Articles by DC Authors
This DC Authors section has all the featured posts from Democracy Chronicles writers across the globe and the political divide. Take a look at DC's Author Central page for more information about individual writers and how to get involved. Together, they help cover free and fair elections on every continent with a focus on election reform in the United States.
We hand-delivered more than 160 pages of petition signatures, telling the Comptroller to protect the environment and New Yorkers and drop fossil fuel investments from the City’s more than $170 billion portfolio.
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Aaron Hamlin of The Center for Election Science. They promote better collective decisions in settings ranging from civic organizations to government bodies.
Attempts to improve on Approval and Score Voting are always at least somewhat illusory, because, even when some improvement is achieved, it’s accompanied by problems.
It is up to us to insist upon democracy. It is essential that we continue to demonstrate and march, to bombard Trump and our other elected officials with tweets, posts, phone calls, and emails.
Over the last four months, the English speaking Regions of the North West and South West in the West African State that styles itself as the Republic of Cameroon have been the grounds of protracted protests.
I ran as an independent candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 election cycle and I came in number 15! Many of you have asked what’s next. I am thinking about running for office again.
Now the U.S. and Russia are besties, BFFs at a presidential level, and Putin has been kind enough to help with our election, it is worth investigating what the Russian world-view looks like.
Trump is not just actualizing or enabling already held sentiments, he is also expanding on such notions by fabricating a distinct American ideology that explicitly borrows from politics in Europe.
From an Electoral College built to preserve slavery to broken voting machines foisted on low-income communities of color, the way we count and handle our votes perpetuates racism and oppression.