Releases and Advisories

09.24.2018

WASHINGTON DC—Hundreds of protesters, activists, and progressive leaders joined together today to demand an end to sexual predator Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination. Protesters filled the halls of the Hart Senate Office Building and told harrowing...

09.13.2018

New York, NY – In response to breaking news that the Trump administration transferred nearly $10 million away from FEMA to ICE at the height of the family separation crisis, The Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement:

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09.04.2018

WASHINGTON, DC — Concerned citizens from across the country have just occupied Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s office to demand that he lead the Senate Democrats to take stronger action against Justice...

07.17.2018

NEW YORK, NY – Late yesterday afternoon, Toys ‘R’ Us filed a stipulation in bankruptcy court that grants a two-week period for the now-liquidated company to discuss a resolution to an employee claim for severance. The stipulation preserves the class proof of claim, meaning that...

06.27.2018

WASHINGTON, DC -- In response to today’s Supreme Court ruling in Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement from Co-Executive Director Andrew Friedman:

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06.26.2018

WASHINGTON, DC -- In response to the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding Trump’s travel ban today, the Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement from Co-Executive Director Ana Maria Archila:

"Today, a narrow...

06.20.2018

NEW YORK, NY -- In response to a new Executive Order from the Trump administration that continues to perpetuate the detention of immigrant families, the Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement from Co-Executive Director Ana Maria...

05.09.2018

WASHINGTON, DC – Toys ‘R’ Us workers, their allies in Congress and more than 100 community leaders gathered on Capitol Hill today to launch a campaign for justice for working people and communities hurt by the company’s bankruptcy, which is set to put more than 30,000 employees...

05.03.2018

New York, NY - In response to the violent reaction of the Puerto Rico Police Department to a peaceful assembly of students, families and activists on May Day protesting against austerity measures and the national debt, the Center for Popular Democracy signed on to an open...

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