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10/15/2018 | Published by: La Tribuna de Cartagena
10/15/2018

Puerto Rico en quiebra por culpa del Clan Botín

Puerto Rico en quiebra por culpa del Clan Botín

Según la abogado y directora de nuevos proyectos en Center For Popular Democracy, Xiomara Caro “una cosa es la...

10/15/2018 | La Tribuna de Cartagena | Organizing for a Just Recovery in Puerto Rico and Beyond
10/11/2018 | Published by: Texas Monitor
10/11/2018

National advocacy groups are backing the sick-leave effort in Texas

National advocacy groups are backing the sick-leave effort in Texas

National advocacy groups based mostly in Washington, D.C., and Brooklyn, N.Y., were responsible for $1.8 million of the...

10/11/2018 | Texas Monitor | Ensuring Paid Sick Time for All Workers
10/11/2018 | Published by: Charlotte Observer
10/11/2018

38 Triangle area leaders now urge ‘No’ vote on all 6 constitutional amendments

38 Triangle area leaders now urge ‘No’ vote on all 6 constitutional amendments

More than three dozen Triangle area mayors and council members now publicly oppose six constitutional amendments on the...

10/11/2018 | Charlotte Observer | Local Progress: A National Network of Progressive Local Elected Officials
10/9/2018 | Published by: Caribbean Business
10/9/2018

Report: Hedge funds that ‘killed’ Toys ‘R’ Us ‘prey’ on Puerto Rico

Report: Hedge funds that ‘killed’ Toys ‘R’ Us ‘prey’ on Puerto Rico

Some of the hedge funds that are speculating on Puerto Rico debt also forced Toys R Us to shut down, according to a...

10/9/2018 | Caribbean Business | Organizing for a Just Recovery in Puerto Rico and Beyond

Witching Hour interview: Fighting economic injustice with attorney Shawn Sebastian

We have not fully recovered from the 2008 crash,” Sebastian told Little Village. “The hole we were put into, the hole...

10/9/2018 | Little Village | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
10/8/2018 | Published by: Epeak Daily
10/8/2018

Trump’s Immigration Policy ‘Fever Dream’

Trump’s Immigration Policy ‘Fever Dream’

“The administration is “creating an environment of profound hostility,” as Ana Maria Archila, the co-executive director...

10/8/2018 | Epeak Daily | Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
10/8/2018 | Published by: Truthout
10/8/2018

Amazon’s $15 an Hour Minimum Wage and the Federal Reserve Board

Amazon’s $15 an Hour Minimum Wage and the Federal Reserve Board

This is where Fed Up played an incredible role. They were a crucial voice on the other side, constantly reminding the...

10/8/2018 | Truthout | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
10/2/2018 | Published by: The Intercept
10/2/2018

Modern Monetary Theory Grapples with People Actually Paying Attention to It

Modern Monetary Theory Grapples with People Actually Paying Attention to It

Looking ahead, MMT advocates hope to grow their movement through grassroots organizing. One example they pointed to was...

10/2/2018 | The Intercept | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
10/1/2018 | Published by: The New York Times
10/1/2018

The Anguish of Jeff Flake

The Anguish of Jeff Flake

Ana Maria Archila, one of the protesters who spoke to Mr. Flake on his way to the Senate Judiciary Committee meeting on...

10/1/2018 | The New York Times | Civic Engagement

Woman who confronted Jeff Flake on elevator: We connected because he's a father, I'm a mother

The woman who confronted Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona in an elevator Friday about his upcoming vote for...

10/1/2018 | CBS News | Civic Engagement

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