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09/18/2018 | Published by: Journal Inquirer
09/18/2018

Hurricane Maria vigil on track in Hartford

Hurricane Maria vigil on track in Hartford

Despite confusion over permits, police and city officials say they’re working with two local community groups to help...

09/18/2018 | Journal Inquirer | Organizing for a Just Recovery in Puerto Rico and Beyond
09/18/2018 | Published by: Lexblog
09/18/2018

Shutting Down the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Shutting Down the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Working at The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), Kate has partnered with youth-led organizations on various policy...

09/18/2018 | Lexblog | Organizing for Education Justice

Denver Receives $5 Million Challenge Grant To Promote Naturalization In The United States.

The “America is Home” Initiative will be administered by the National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA). Cities for...

09/17/2018 | Latin Life Denver | Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
09/17/2018 | Published by: Albuquerque Journal
09/17/2018

ABQ, SF receive grants to help immigrants become citizens

ABQ, SF receive grants to help immigrants become citizens

Cities for Citizenship is a national initiative supported by advocacy groups Center for Popular Democracy and the...

09/17/2018 | Albuquerque Journal | Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
09/17/2018 | Published by: Santa Fe New Mexican
09/17/2018

Longtime legal residents aim for citizenship

Longtime legal residents aim for citizenship

Somos was one of 14 organizations nationwide to win the nonpartisan grant from Cities for Citizenship, a national...

09/17/2018 | Santa Fe New Mexican | Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative

As the federal government fails the people of Puerto Rico, local governments and states must step up

“Most recently, I’ve answered the call to service within my Delaware community. As the Program Director for Achievement...

08/27/2018 | Delaware Liberal | Organizing for a Just Recovery in Puerto Rico and Beyond

Investment Banks Doubled Down on Immigration Detention Amidst Family Separation

CoreCivic and Geo Group are highly reliant on loans to function and expand, according to a report from Make The Road,...

08/27/2018 | Documented | Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
08/26/2018 | Published by: Bloomberg
08/26/2018

S&P 500, Nasdaq end at records after Fed speech

S&P 500, Nasdaq end at records after Fed speech

Several protesters from the progressive group Fed Up stood outside the conference room where Powell delivered the...

08/26/2018 | Bloomberg | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
08/25/2018 | Published by: The New York Times
08/25/2018

Are Superstar Firms and Amazon Effects Reshaping the Economy?

Are Superstar Firms and Amazon Effects Reshaping the Economy?

“Wage stagnation is not a puzzle,” said Marshall Steinbaum, a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, who spoke on a panel...

08/25/2018 | The New York Times | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Southern Cities Are Passing Paid Sick Leave—But Republicans Won’t Let Them Have It

Texas advocates for paid sick leave haven’t given up hope, however. They plan to wield the sheer amount of popular...

08/24/2018 | In These Times | Local Progress: A National Network of Progressive Local Elected Officials

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