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11/18/2016 | Published by: The Denver Channel
11/18/2016

Donald Trump pledge to target "sanctuary" cities could cost Denver, Aurora

Donald Trump pledge to target "sanctuary" cities could cost Denver, Aurora

DENVER - President-Elect Donald Trump has threatened to pull federal funding from cities that don’t tow-the-line on immigration.

 “We will end sanctuary cities that have resulted in so many...

11/18/2016 | The Denver Channel | Connecting Elected Officials for ‘Local Progress’
11/17/2016 | Published by: Queens Chronicle
11/17/2016

Many residents stand against Donald Trump

Many residents stand against Donald Trump

Queens residents have been among the thousands protesting President-elect Trump in Manhattan since the election.

“It was a rally and a march called together primarily by immigrants rights...

11/17/2016 | Queens Chronicle | Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
11/15/2016 | Published by: City Limits
11/15/2016

Queens Radio Show Aims to Help Day Laborers Avoid Death or Injury on the Job

Queens Radio Show Aims to Help Day Laborers Avoid Death or Injury on the Job

As a muted telenovela played on a T.V. overhead, Jorge Roldan inched toward the microphone in a basement radio studio in Corona, Queens.

Speaking in Spanish, Roldan, a coordinator at the...

11/15/2016 | City Limits | Raising the Minimum Wage
11/14/2016 | Published by: Wisconsin Gazette
11/14/2016

National day of action set to protest Dakota Access Pipeline

National day of action set to protest Dakota Access Pipeline

A national day of action will take place Tuesday, Nov. 15, to call for a permanent rejection of the Dakota Access Pipeline under the threat of a Donald Trump presidency.

This call to action...

11/14/2016 | Wisconsin Gazette | Organizing for Climate Justice
11/11/2016 | Published by: Resseger Report
11/11/2016

What Will a Trump Administration Mean for Supporters of Public Education?

What Will a Trump Administration Mean for Supporters of Public Education?

We don’t know very much about President-Elect Donald Trump’s ideas about education. Although, during the campaign, Trump briefly presented a plan for a $20 billion block grant program for states...

11/11/2016 | Resseger Report | Organizing for Education Justice
11/9/2016 | Published by: The Colorado Independent
11/9/2016

Minimum wage going up

Minimum wage going up

Voters have decided it’s time to give Colorado’s minimum-wage workers a long-overdue raise.

Amendment 70, a measure that would increase Colorado’s minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020, was...

11/9/2016 | The Colorado Independent | Raising the Minimum Wage
11/8/2016 | Published by: The Nation
11/8/2016

 We Can Fight Back Against Trump’s Islamophobia

 We Can Fight Back Against Trump’s Islamophobia

Taif Jany is a rising young policy expert who was born and raised in Iraq and now lives in Washington, DC. His family is Mandaean, not Muslim, but his birthplace and brown skin make him feel like...

11/8/2016 | The Nation | Connecting Elected Officials for ‘Local Progress’
11/8/2016 | Published by: San Jose Business Journal
11/8/2016

Election 2016: Measure E — Opportunity to Work

Election 2016: Measure E — Opportunity to Work

Hiring workers might get a little more complicated for San Jose businesses come 2017.

Measure E is a South Bay Labor Council-backed San Jose initiative aimed at giving part-time workers...

11/8/2016 | San Jose Business Journal | Restoring a Fair Workweek
11/8/2016 | Published by: TruthOut
11/8/2016

Can We Forgo Wells Fargo?

Can We Forgo Wells Fargo?

When disgraced Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf was forced to resign a few weeks ago, it was a victory for economic justice. But this move, however dramatic, does not go far enough to fix the problems...

11/8/2016 | TruthOut | Advocating for Housing Justice
11/7/2016 | Published by: Investopedia
11/7/2016

What We Know About Trump and Clinton's Treasury Picks

What We Know About Trump and Clinton's Treasury Picks

Clinton has been defending herself from accusations that she is too cozy with Wall Street since the primaries, when an obscure U.S. senator from Vermont built a movement in part by blasting her...

11/7/2016 | Investopedia | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

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