Publications

 

Saturday, March 31, 2018

A blog post by Tristan Breaux.  We have to look within ourselves and accept that we will not always agree, but we must always unite. In the 1960's, Congressmen Hoyer and Clyburn made a decision that in the aftermath of losing Dr. King, they had more in common that united them than that which divided them. As a political engagement organization, we need your voice. We need your energy. We need your fight. We need your involvement. We will not defer this dream any longer, our future depends on it and our moment is now

Friday, March 30, 2018

A blog post by Becky Beaver. It’s no secret that starting a family is very expensive. According to the National Center for Children in Poverty, 21% of children live in families with incomes below the federal poverty threshold. As people embark on the decision to start a family, they must consider many financial factors long before a baby is due. When most people think of the costs of raising a child, they think: diapers, formula, medical expenses, and clothing, and clothing just to name a few. Whether a woman is recovering from childbirth or bonding with an adopted child, most parents want to take time to adjust to life with a newborn and be able to provide the adequate care babies need in their earliest stages.

Monday, March 26, 2018

Yesterday, members from High School Democrats of America, College Democrats of America, and Young Democrats of America joined forces to rally alongside Parkland survivors, elected officials, and their local communities to advocate for common sense gun reform.  College Democrats of America President Joseline Mata, High School Democrats of America Chair Jeremy Ornstein, and Young Democrats of America President Louis Elrod issued a statement.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

A blog post by Becky Beaver - It is Women’s History Month and businesses are jumping at the opportunity to capitalize.  Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate that companies want to support the fight against the patriarchy. My question is, are these companies genuine in their support of women and other marginalized communities or are they just interested in increasing their financial bottom line under the banner of feminism?

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

A blog post by Jillian Cardillo - I was 18 when I was diagnosed with my first "pre-existing" condition. After years of appointments, blood tests, and no one being able to figure out what was wrong with me, an ultrasound and a good endocrinologist gave me the diagnosis: an endocrine disorder that put me at high risk for diabetes and all the complications that come along with it.