Below is a sneak peak of the very first rough draft of the Pennsylvania Healthy Youth Act.
Amending the Public School Code of March, 10th 1949 (P.L. 30, No.14), entitled an act “relating to the public school system, including certain provisions applicable as well to private and parochial schools; amending, revising, consolidating and changing the laws relating thereto.” Continue reading →
Over break and during my senior project I worked for the American Farmland Trust, a non-profit that works to save farmland and make existing farmland more sustainable. Agricultural history is fraught with racism in this country. One could say it is a cornerstone of American racial inequality. Continue reading →
Congress(wo)men and Senators are not the only representatives elected by voters. From President to County Commissioner every citizen in this country has a ton of elected officials representing them in local and national ways.
In some ways, local politics has the ability to change your day to day life more than the President. From school board regulation, to municipal road maintenance, local politics and representatives are the ones impacting your everyday life the most. Continue reading →