Eesha Pandit

Eesha Pandit is a writer and activist based in Houston, TX. You can follow her on twitter at @EeshaP, and find out more about her work at

Pennsylvania's Rust Belt Region Could Be Pivotal In November's Presidential Election
Legal and still a crime: Abortion laws to watch out for in Trump's America Eesha Pandit
Learning from grief, learning from rage — progressive survival under Donald Trump will require both Eesha Pandit
Muslim Capitol Day Rally
New black-brown alliances in Houston could set a pattern for grassroots progressive change Eesha Pandit
Donald Trump
"I am a big fan of Hindu": Donald Trump's hideous love affair with Hindu nationalism Eesha Pandit
Bail Bonds Storefront
How our broken bail system punishes domestic-abuse survivors -- and empowers abusers Eesha Pandit
Anti-Abortion Protest
Support shams: Anti-abortion clinics masquerading as pregnancy support centers Eesha Pandit
Bill Clinton
A "failed policy based on failed research": The destructive legacy of Bill Clinton's 1996 welfare reform act Eesha Pandit
The conversation on Zika needs more than alarm bells: 5 things we must keep in mind Eesha Pandit
Devon Anderson
Backlash against Texas prosecutor: Devon Anderson under scrutiny after jailing rape victims Eesha Pandit
Purvi Patel; Mike Pence
The case of Purvi Patel: How Mike Pence won his crusade against abortion in Indiana Eesha Pandit
Abortion Rights Celebration
"A step in a long staircase toward equal access to freedom": Supreme Court's abortion ruling a small victory in a neverending fight Eesha Pandit
Barack Obama
Cognitive dissonance: Obama says he stands with America's immigrants — but his policies say otherwise Eesha Pandit
Supreme Court
Understanding one of the most critical Supreme Court cases of the year: HB2 and the fate of abortion access in Texas Eesha Pandit
Harris County Jail
Criminal injustice in Texas: Thousands stay jailed in just one county because they can't pay bail — and it's happening all over the U.S. Eesha Pandit
Purvi Patel
Abortion rights at stake: Purvi Patel and the fate of pregnant women in Indiana Eesha Pandit