Across the United States, we are experiencing a groundswell. In community after community, people of color, led by Black women and women of color, have ushered in a progressive movement that has achieved historic wins in the midterm election. Texas elected two African American district attorneys and a Latino district attorney, and progressive wins swept local races. In Georgia and Florida, people have fought long and hard—and are still on the election battlefield a week after the election—to ensure that every vote is counted and democracy is upheld. We celebrated as 1.5 million Floridians who had been convicted of a felony were returned their right to vote….