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Using the medium of art to focus attention on the need for national immigration reform, the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) and a coalition of labor, community and faith organizations launched...
09/30/13
The Center for Popular Democracy is partnering with the Long Island Civic Engagement Table (LICET), New York Communities for Change (NYCC), and Make the Road Long Island (MRNY- LI) to offer a...
08/23/13
Last week, after months of advocacy, the Center for Popular Democracy and local partners in the fight for language access in New York celebrated Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano’s announcement...
08/23/13
Last week, the City of Newark, NJ became the latest jurisdiction in the country to refuse to hand over individuals arrested for minor offenses, to federal immigration officials. The groundbreaking...
08/23/13
Center for Popular Democracy and fellow members of Communities United for Police Reform are celebrating this morning following  the New York City Council’s historic  vote to enact bold measures to...
08/23/13
On the heels of House Republicans missing the Aug. 1 deadline to produce an immigration reform bill, immigration activists, labor union organizers, and faith leaders began “40 Days of Action,” a...
08/23/13
Congratulations to our partners at Make the Road New York for their victory in the fight for green space. As a direct result of MRNY’s campaign against the privatization of public space, the US...
08/23/13
  On August 5, the Center for Popular Democracy and Make the Road NY (MRNY) released findings from a several months-long initiative monitoring the provision of language services for Limited...
08/23/13
Earlier this month, the Center for Popular Democracy helped organize Pennsylvania immigrants and allies to participate in an Un-welcome to PA Rally for Speaker John Boehner’s visit in protest of...
08/23/13
In the wake of the Zimmerman verdict, President Obama gave an emotional speech denouncing racial profiling and declaring, “Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago.” A few days later, the...
07/30/13

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