Artist Queenie Featherstone on political disagreements.
Content categorized as Political commentary
Carlton Johnson reflects on the October Women’s March.
Ayub Abdul shares the importance of voting to our country.
Marcellus Phillips shares why he didn’t vote.
L. Morrow on the promise of young activists in politics.
Jeff Taylor reflects on the lasting impacts of the presidential election.
Artist and Vendor Frederic John talks about certain flags.
The first Black woman to represent the state of Massachusetts in the US Congress, Ayanna Pressley, talks to INSP about racism as a public health crisis, housing and homelessness.
Jeffrey McNeil gives his perspective on the election and the consequences that could arise from it.
Aida Peery encourages everyone to vote and reminds readers of the sacrifices it took to get here.
Artist/Vendor Jeff Taylor warns that all ballots must be counted.
Queenie Featherstone shares her thoughts on the upcoming election.
Street Sense vendors reflect on the passing of civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis.
Wendell Williams on why Biden’s statements on racial justice haven’t earned his vote.
Artist Jeffery McNeil explains the need for assistance from Congress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Artist Jeff Taylor forecasts the outcome of the presidential election and President Trump’s response.
Artist and vendor Angie Whitehurst asks Congress not to replace RBG until after the election.
Street Sense vendors talk about the importance of voting in the 2020 election.
Ayub Abdul explores the importance of Kamala Harris as the Democratic vice presidential nominee.
Colly Dennis, artist and vendor, argues President Trump’s claims the 2020 election will be subject to fraud are untrue.