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Compared to white, non-Hispanic people, the CDC reports that, as of May 2021, American Indian or Alaska Native people are hospitalized for Covid-19 at rates that are 3.3 times higher, Black or African Americans at 2.9 times higher, and Hispanic or Latino people at 2.8 times higher.[Read More]
Between 2012 and 2020, the white-Black turnout gap grew between 9.2 and 20.9 percentage points across five of the six states originally covered by Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. Broad conclusions made about the turnout of eligible Latino and Asian voters in states where they are …[Read More]
Changing the trajectory of the coming redistricting train wreck for communities of color will require bold action by Congress.[Read More]