Workers and young people rallied for change on a host of issues from labor to immigration, on International Labor Day.
Today, Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) and Rep. Joe Courtney (D-Conn.) unveiled new legislation that would prevent student loan interest rates from doubling for two years.
Campus Progress had the chance to talk with an LGBT undocumented immigrant at a rally outside the Supreme Court.
GMOs go down smooth on The Hill, but many hope to stick a finger down the legislative throat.
Already suffering from persistent court vacancies and an increased caseload, the sequester threatens to further hamper the federal court system.
Hundreds of women gathered to call for comprehensive immigration reform that is inclusive to women’s needs.
Gov. Dannel Malloy and Rep. Mike Thompson joined the Center for American Progress Action Fund’s Neera Tanden for a conversation about federal and state initiatives to reduce gun violence.
We knew that sequestration cuts would hurt, and now they are affecting our student loans.
Considering how ahead of its time ‘The Golden Girls’ were on gay marriage, immigration and women’s reproductive rights perhaps it’s a compliment.
After a two-year prison sentence, Utah-based environmental activist Tim DeChristopher will be released next month.
A coalition of domestic violence prevention groups organize under the banner NO MORE in efforts to alleviate domestic violence and sexual assault.
The notion that Latinos are among the nation’s most avid greens contradicts the general stereotype of white environmentalists who drive a Prius.
Ironically enough, the Bridge Crossing Jubilee takes place on the heels of conservative Supreme Court justices expressing doubt about the constitutionality of the Voting Rights Act this week.
The Voting Rights Act requires that states with a history of racial discrimination obtain federal permission to change voting law—but that could change.
Justice Antonin Scalia called the the Voting Rights Act “a perpetuation of a racial entitlement” today. But younger Americans had their opinions on the matter, too.
With a recent influx of Republican legislators, anti-choice groups are focusing their efforts on state legislatures.
On the anniversary of Trayvon Martin’s fatal shooting death, he is still a rallying cry of Millennial outrage.
As we move forward with improving the educational system for those currently or about to enroll in higher education, it is important to not leave behind the tens of millions of Americans who still possess student debt.
We need reform that will allow students to take advantage of historically low interest rates by refinancing their student loans in order to ease their debt burdens and stimulate the economy.
Conservatives are outspending groups on the left when it comes to young adults.