Madhuri Sathish-Van Atta, Elite Daily

Madhuri Sathish-Van Atta

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Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Madhuri:

Justice Of The Pies' Maya-Camille Broussard Is Baking For A Purpose

Baker Maya-Camille Broussard of Justice of the Pies is baking for a good cause. → Read More

How To Support Abortion Rights In Texas Right Now

A new Texas law incentivizes private citizens to sue those who help others get abortion care. Advocates share ways you can support abortion rights. → Read More

They Were Scheduled To Get Vaccinated First. They Still Feel Guilty About It.

Three millennials who qualified for the COVID vaccine in early rollout phases describe their mixed feelings of guilt and gratitude. → Read More

Donald Trump's Quotes About Defunding The Police Make His Stance Clear

As protests against police brutality continue across the country, so do calls to overhaul policing in the United States. Activists involved in movements to demilitarize police departments are also demanding that city councils defund — and in some… → Read More

The Supreme Court's Ruling On Birth Control Lets More Employers Deny Coverage

For the third time in 10 years, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandate requiring employers to provide free birth control coverage was thrust into the spotlight at the Supreme Court. In Trump v. Pennsylvania, the Trump administration argued in favor… → Read More

Will TikTok Be Banned In The United States? The Trump Administration May Consider It

In the midst of rising tensions between the United States and China, Americans may potentially have to say goodbye to social media apps like TikTok. In a July 6 interview with Fox News, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the Trump… → Read More

These Are The Local Elections Where You Can Vote For Police Accountability, So Pay Attention

As activists continue to take to the streets in protests against racist police brutality, they are also advocating for major changes to police departments, demanding everything from police accountability to defunding or abolishing the police. But… → Read More

A Glossary Of Anti-Racism Terms All Activists & Allies Should Know

In light of ongoing protests for racial justice and against police brutality, many young people are starting to have conversations about race with their friends and family members. Whether you’re an activist who has long been steeped in anti-racist… → Read More

The Supreme Court's Abortion Ruling In June Medical Services V. Russo Affirms Your Rights

Despite everything else going on in the United States, it's still Supreme Court ruling season, and on June 29, 2020, the justices gave Americans a big one. The Supreme Court's ruling on abortion case June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo affirmed the… → Read More

How To Talk About Racism With Your Extended Family, Because It Can Be Hard

Racism can be a difficult subject to discuss with family members, whether over the dinner table on Thanksgiving, or in a public exchange on social media. Nevertheless, these are necessary conversations to have. And as protests against racism and… → Read More

How To Talk To Your Parents About Racism, Because It's So Important

As activists around the country continue to organize protests against police brutality, many people are talking to their parents about racism for what may be the first time. While these conversations may be difficult or uncomfortable, they are a… → Read More

Will Colleges Reopen In Fall 2020 After Coronavirus? Here's What Students & Staff Should Consider

As the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of abating, college campuses are now faced with a tough choice: how to plan for the fall 2020 semester. As of May 25, a majority of the approximately 750 colleges surveyed by The Chronicle of Higher… → Read More

Barack Obama's Statement About George Floyd Is Absolutely Heartbreaking

The country is mourning the death of yet another black person who was killed by police, and former President Barack Obama is among those grieving. After a black man named George Floyd was killed in an altercation with police on May 25, the… → Read More

Taylor Swift's Tweet About Donald Trump & White Supremacy Does Not Mince Words

Across the country, people are turning out to protest the death of yet another black person at the hands of police, after the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. In the early hours of May 29, Trump took to Twitter to apparently threaten… → Read More

What To Know About Coronavirus Vs. Allergies, Because You Don't Want To Mix Them Up

As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the United States continues to increase, people are understandably worried any time they feel sick. And as the weather gets warmer, allergy season is starting up in large swaths of the United… → Read More

Elizabeth Warren's Video Endorsing Joe Biden Goes All In With Her Support

More than a month after ending her own presidential campaign, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has finally made her position on the 2020 presidential election clear. For weeks, Warren stayed silent, despite voters' calls for her to issue an… → Read More

Barack Obama Endorsed Joe Biden & Praised Bernie Sanders All At Once

The 2020 presidential race is moving into its final stages after a wild primary season. As the last candidate remaining and the presumptive Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden has the endorsements of nearly every other Democratic… → Read More

Do You Have To Pay Your Student Loans During The Coronavirus Pandemic? There's Relief In Sight

As the coronavirus outbreak, which the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a pandemic on March 11, continues to spread around the globe, many schools, businesses, and gathering places have been shut down. For some, this means a transition to… → Read More

What's In The Coronavirus Stimulus Plan? Here's How It Could Affect You

With more than 50,000 confirmed coronavirus cases across the United States as of Wednesday, March 25, and numerous restrictions on residents' movements, workers and businesses across the country have been demanding action from their elected… → Read More

What Does Trump's Coronavirus National Emergency Declaration Mean? Here's What It Does

On Friday, March 13, two days after the World Health Organization (WHO) officially classified coronavirus as a pandemic, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in response to the outbreak of coronavirus. But what does Trump's… → Read More