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by Princeton Gerrymandering Project

The Gerrymandering Project does nonpartisan analysis to understand and eliminate partisan gerrymandering at a state-by-state level. The interdisciplinary team aims to give activists and legislators the tools they need to detect offenses and craft bulletproof, bipartisan reform. The work is used by legislators and reformers of all communities, without regard to partisan affiliation.

by Well-being and Equity (WE) in the World and the WIN Network

An action planning document and tools to help assure the right to vote and voice and fair resource allocation

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WE WIN Together Week Returns: Being Better Ancestors in Turbulent Times Multigenerational Grassroots to Grasstops Leaders Advance a Thriving and Just Nation St. Louis, MO, February 12, 2024–Three leading networks, WIN Network, Communities RISE Together, and Well-being and Equity in the World, are thrilled to announce WE WIN Together Week 2024: Being Better Ancestors in Turbulent Times. The annual gathering will unite changemakers from the grassroots to the grasstops during a week-long...

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Police Violence Report

A shocking number of people in the US are killed by police violence. Campaign Zero has provided a database which WE in the World has presented as an interactive visualization.

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