We’re in the midst of a United States Census year—what does that mean for social and political life? For this episode, we get a historical perspective on the census with […]
Counted But Not Represented: Prison Gerrymandering in Wisconsin
With the 2020 census shortly underway, we spend today’s episode exploring an overlooked aspect of representation and democracy: prison gerrymandering. Our first guest is independent journalist Natasha Haverty, who recently […]
Could Someone Hack the Census?
“Democracy” is defined as “government by the people.” So, if you’re going to create a government by the people, you need to know who “the people” really are. That’s why […]