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 (LOS ANGELES – Oct. 26) More than 100 progressive elected officials from across the United States are gathering in Los Angeles today through Wednesday for a three-day convention to discuss key planks of the progressive agenda like workers’ rights, racial justice, and public education...

Workers Still Face Low Pay, Part-Time Employment in Today’s Economy

Connie Razza, Director of Strategic Research for the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), released the following statement following today’s jobs report:

“Today’s jobs numbers show we are still a long way...

Grant to Ohio raises questions over the federal Charter School Program’s grant making process


CPD report on fraud, waste and abuse in charter...

Since its launch, nearly 20 cities have joined and more than 6,000 individuals nationwide were assisted in their pursuit of citizenship.


Spearheaded by Mayors Rahm Emanuel of Chicago, Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles, and Bill de Blasio of New York, member cities now...

“This is a victory for workers who have fought for a decent wage against all odds. Workers just want the opportunity to sustain themselves, and to break from barriers that keep wages low and opportunities out of reach.


Our partner organizations, New York...

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Today, one week before Federal Reserve...

“The fight for dignity for workers is more active than ever in our communities. The Center for Popular Democracy’s partners are leading state and municipal fights to safeguard basic rights for workers, even as we fight for new rights in a rapidly-evolving world to finish the work started...

“Today’s jobs numbers offer even more proof that the Fed officials insisting on raising interest rates at the next Federal Open Market Committee meeting are refusing to look at reality. The latest numbers confirm what we have already known: labor slack persists, inflation is not a threat, and an...

As the Federal Reserve’s interest rate debate heats up, a national coalition of workers, community-based organizations, and economists is stepping up its advocacy for a pro-jobs, pro-wages, racial equity agenda. Todayoutside of the Fed’s annual policy summit, workers and advocates called on the...

“At a time when the Federal Reserve is starved for new, more well-rounded thinking, it is troubling that its opaque, secretive process for selecting its leadership could only yield a candidate cut from the same cloth as so many previous appointments: Wall Street and the highest echelons of...

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