It’s Time to Champion True Justice for All

I am marching in the Boston Pride Parade, and I’m both excited and sobered. I’m excited because the celebration of our LGBTQ+ communities is full of joy, laughter, and camaraderie. I’m sobered because in the face of anti-LGBTQ+ court decisions, slow-moving local LGBTQ+ legislation, and a state ballot initiative that’s only necessary because so many people want to reverse much-needed protection for transgender rights, I’m reminded that we have so far to go.

Nika Elugardo

Q. and A. with Nika Elugardo

Nika Elugardo is an attorney, a former aide to local state Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz, and a former director of a nonprofit that provides financial education and other resources to those wanting to achieve financial stability and build wealth.

Democrats Face Push from Left

That state Rep. Angelo Scaccia has challengers is not a surprise. The conservative-leaning Hyde Park Democrat was first elected in 1973 and represents a district with a voting population that has shifted from majority Italian American to majority people of color

Massachusetts State House

Massachusetts, Let’s Lead on Healthcare

I remember when Massachusetts was the nation’s progressive leader. It was an exciting time, full of hope and energy. The best example I can think of was 2004, when as a state we took a stand that marriage equality was a non-negotiable right.

Nika Elugardo

Elugardo Kicks off Campaign for State Representative

Running on a progressive platform, the candidate emphasizes her social justice work. “Our district will never again have to lobby our representatives to do what is right for this community and fight for our interests,” said Nika Elugardo at her campaign kick-off party last week

Can you support the campaign today? Every dollar counts!