Opinion contributor Kadida Kenner is the founding CEO of the New Pennsylvania Project, a statewide voting rights organization with a primary focus on voter registration, and co-chair of Why Courts Matter — Pennsylvania, a campaign educating Pennsylvanians about the importance of fair and independent federal and state courts. She writes from Chester County.
An Election Day win: A Legislature that looks more and more like all the people it serves | Opinion
By: Kadida Kenner - November 12, 2022
From Philadelphia to Lancaster to Braddock, we’re not just looking for a seat at the table, we are building a bigger, more inclusive table.
Pennsylvania’s courts need more diversity, not dark money | Kadida Kenner
By: Kadida Kenner - November 21, 2021
If Judge Lori Dumas wins a recount, she'll be the Commonwealth Court's first judge of color in more than a decade.
How a GOP bill getting rid of straight-ticket voting will silence minority voters | Kadida Kenner
By: Kadida Kenner - June 28, 2019
When the Republican-controlled General Assembly in Harrisburg is frothing at the mouth to enact voter reform, it should give everyone in the state pause. After all, it was then-House Majority Leader Mike Turzai, R-Allegheny, who infamously made remarks months prior to the presidential election of 2012 that newly enacted voter identification legislation, championed by his […]
Brown v. Board of Education at 65: Why the struggle continues | Kadida Kenner
By: Kadida Kenner - May 19, 2019
If you want to honor the spirit of Brown, get out and vote.