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November 14, 2023VIDEO: Last week’s election debrief
Several states had pivotal elections on November 7th. We gathered with organizers to hear what happened, what it means — and how we gear up now to win in 2024. Here are their stories.
August 08, 2023Ohio: We Won! A Victory for Democracy & Abortion Rights
On August 8, MVP partners led the charge to defeat a ballot measure that would have made it harder to change the state’s constitution — including in November 2023, when Ohioans will vote on codifying abortion rights.
March 16, 2023San Antonio Groups Drive Justice Charter Initiative to May Ballot
Grassroots groups collected enough signatures to get San Antonio's Justice Charter on the May ballot. If passed, the initiative would improve the lives of Black and brown communities and create powerful momentum for the criminal justice reform movement in San Antonio and other cities.
February 27, 2023Q&A: Freedom Action Now Talks About Black Herstory and Radical Rest & Reflection
In this exclusive interview, Mahnker Dahnweih, Executive Director of Freedom Action Now, a radical Queer Black and Southeast Asian Feminist organization, shared valuable insights about the upcoming state Supreme Court race, reproductive justice, and ways to support Black women and queer, trans, and intersex (QTI) leaders during Black History Month and beyond. Join us as we explore critical issues and gain a deeper understanding of the work being done by Freedom Action Now to expose systemic oppression and improve the lives of the most impacted communities in Wisconsin.
February 03, 2023What Progressives Can Win for Minnesota in 2023
We have a lot to celebrate in Minnesota lately. After narrowly winning a Democratic Trifecta, re- electing progressive champion Attorney General Keith Ellison and Governor Tim Walz, the state has continued ramping up a new generation of progressive leadership. With the support of MVP’s grassroots partners, we now have a core group of legislators ready to make bold changes and uphold their commitments to the communities who elected them.