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On September 17th, Cities for Citizenship (C4C), a national initiative aimed at increasing citizenship among eligible legal permanent residents (LPRs), celebrated its 1-year anniversary. CPD co-...
09/30/15
Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
In September, CPD’s Immigrant Justice Initiative launched its first field operations in four states, with CPD partners hitting the streets talking to immigrant families about Obama’s Executive Action...
09/30/15
Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
In September, the Center for Popular Democracy, along with our core partner Make the Road New York, joined the Coordinating Committee of the iVote NYC Coalition. The coalition, which is made up of a...
09/30/15
Strengthening Voting Rights and Democracy
In early August, CPD partner Working Partnerships USA delivered another victory with the expansion of the Santa Clara County’s living wage law that passed earlier this year. Now, 17,000...
08/31/15
Building Technological Infrastructure and Capacity
The Center for Popular Democracy along with other national partners is committed to building support for the Movement for Black Lives. We saw this support realized last month in the planning and...
08/31/15
Combating Discriminatory Policing
Last Thursday, only three weeks before a monumental interest rate decision by the Fed, CPD and Fed Up activists went to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to make sure that the voices of working families and...
08/31/15
Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
The Fair Workweek campaign has been working tirelessly to end the brutal practice of on-call scheduling at retailers across the country. Since the NYS Attorney General took action in...
08/31/15
Restoring a Fair Workweek
Over the past year, CPD, working closely with our partner organization Make the Road New York, has supported the launch of new sister organizations: Make the Road Connecticut (MRCT), Make the Road...
08/31/15
Building Technological Infrastructure and Capacity
By Katrina Gamble, Director of Civic Engagement and Politics In this country being Black and poor means living in constant struggle. The commodification and dehumanization of Black bodies is rooted...
08/29/15
On April 22, CPD and leaders from our partner organizations from around the country met with Senator Elizabeth Warren. We met with Senator Warren because we urgently need more champions among our...
04/28/15

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