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Monique Gamble

Dr. Monique A. Gamble is a Professor, photographer, and writer. Her academic specialties include American Government, International Relations, and Black Politics. Dr. Gamble’s photography was recently featured in the 2017 “Songs of My People: 25 Years Later” art exhibit. Currently, she is teaching courses on Black Politics and American Government in Washington, DC. Follow her on Instagram: @crownixxvi and Twitter: @thomasinacrown

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In these abundant moments of social and political chaos, I’ve been grateful for moments of joy. Birthday parties, drinks with

Uncivil Rights: Jeff Sessions’s Department of Justice

A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned that Donald Trump’s control over government has put issues like women’s reproductive health

Get in the Game for Midterms 2018 Our Present and Future Depends on It

Politics and governing are about relationships and access to power. And in democracies, political change often moves slowly, incrementally. Considering

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