Steven Hill is the West Coast director of the Center for Voting and Democracy, a non-profit organization that educates the public about the impact of voting systems on political representation, proportional representation, voter turnout, and the impacts of legislative redistricting and campaign finance on elections.
His articles and commentaries have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, The Nation, Ms., Social Policy magazine, Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, Sacramento Bee, Boston Review, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Seattle Times, Oakland Tribune, Albuquerque Tribune, Houston Chronicle, Arizona Republic, San Francisco Examiner and the Oregonian. Via the Knight-Ridder and Scripps Howard news services, his commentaries have appeared in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, Buffalo News, Orange County (CA) Register, Arizona Daily Star, Cincinnati Enquirer, Hartford Courant, Caspar (WY) Star-Tribune, Madison (WI) Capital Times, Long Beach Press-Telegram, Las Vegas Review-Journal, The Record (Hackensack, NJ), Roanoke (VA) Times and many others. His work has also been published in the pages of In These Times, Dollars and Sense, The Humanist, On The Issues, Z Magazine, Blueprint for Social Justice, New Internationalist, Portland Alliance, La Voz, African Literature: Analysis and Critical Perspectives, Transforming a Rape Culture (an anthology published by Milkweed Editions), Making Violence Sexy (an anthology edited by Dr. Diana Russell), Women vs. Men and many others.
He is the former Program Coordinator for LaborNet at the Institute for Global Communications.
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