A collection of recent op-eds addressing themes related to education, segregation, criminal justice, and voting rights.

The Trump Administration Is Dismantling Our Tools To Promote School Integration

School segregation is driven by the underlying segregation of our neighborhoods. This op-ed explains how the Trump administration is getting rid of policies intended to create more diverse communities.

Jails disenfranchise thousands who have a constitutional right to vote

The majority of people in state and local facilities haven't been convicted of a crime. And in many states, they may still be kept from ballot box. By Thea Sebastian and Ariel White.

Too Poor to Vote

If you’ve committed a crime and are rich, you can pay court fees and cast a ballot. If you don’t have money, you might be left out of democracy. By Danielle Lang and Thea Sebastian.