As voters head to the polls for primary elections Tuesday, rising challenges to the status quo may give a tail wind for Black progressive candidates.

The good news and bad news about Generation Z’s unexpected religious trends. By now, we’ve all heard about the rise of the “nones.” Every year there seems to be another round of survey data indicating that the religiously unaffiliated in the US have jumped another percentage point or two. But some recent findings about Generation Z may challenge that narrative, suggesting that the share of the nones may be leveling off. The oldest members of Gen Z were born in 1995, which means that they joined survey populations when they turned 18, starting in 2013. It would be fair to…