Jennifer Berry Hawes explores the severe impact of gender and race imbalances among state lawmakers on the politics of abortion and health care in the United States, citing our latest data findings throughout.
Reporting on the three Black women – two prosecutors and one judge – currently confronting Donald Trump in court, Vanessa Gallman cites our report on prosecutor demographics.
Reporting on the extremist misogynoir attacks faced by Black women elected as prosecutors, Christina Carrega highlights our groundbreaking research on prosecutor demographics.
Reporting on get-out-the-vote efforts in Florida’s AAPI community, Marlei Martinez refers to our report on the dramatic underrepresentation of Asian Americans in office.
Exploring the impact of Donald Trump’s vocal anti-Black racism, Crystal Canmore cites our research on the imbalanced demographics of the criminal justice system.
Citing our reports on white male minority rule and the unbalanced demographics of elected prosecutors, Kimberly Atkins Stohr probes the right wing backlash to truthful data and reporting on race in America.
Citing our report on white male minority rule, Jesse J. Holland explores the false claims of oppression made by powerful white men.
Maurice Chammah of the Marshall Project cites our report on America’s sheriffs in his report on the right wing biases of most elected sheriffs.
Mary Chao cites our report on AAPI political leadership and underrepresentation in her report on the wave of Asian Americans running for office in New Jersey.
Chauncey Devega probes the inextricable ties between race and wealth in America, citing data from our 2021 report, System Failure: What the 2020 Primaries reveal about our democracy.
Citing our 2020 report, Confronting The Demographics of Power: America’s Sheriffs, Rod Watson argues Erie County sheriff typifies the tendency of sheriffs to flout the law.
“Silent majority or loud minority?” asks Anagha Srikanth as she explores our report on how the political system fortifies white male minority rule.