Understanding how a bill becomes a law can help you understand how and when to get involved in the process, and when you need to worry.
Interested in local politics? That’s great! Don’t be scared to get involved — and I have some advice to make it easier for you.
Fake news has always been a pernicious problem, but last year, people became much more aware. Learn to look out for what’s wrong and what’s right.
So your friends had a baby. What do you do now? Here are some ways to help out without becoming a burden.
People often express surprise and frustration with events going on in local government because they don’t understand how to keep up with this information. It’s actually pretty easy. Here’s how.
A sensitivity reader can be an incredibly valuable voice when you’re developing a book, but only if you’re willing to listen.
Here’s what you need to know to write effective, descriptive, useful alt text and image descriptions.
Wanting to donate books to your library is admirable, but if you really want to help, there are much better ways.
Picking disability charities that will use your money sensibly can be a challenge. Here’s some advice on finding the best place to send your donations.
Competing ballot initiatives can very confusing for voters, often intentionally. Here’s what happens with competing measures and how to manage them — make sure you understand what you’re voting for!