Releases and Advisories

01.24.2017

As the Trump administration prepares to take office with plans to dilute charter school oversight, a new report demonstrates why a lack of accountability can hurt students.

The ...

01.17.2017


NEW YORK – The Center for Popular Democracy Tuesday announced the appointment of Jennifer Epps-Addison as the new president of its network of 43...

01.10.2017


New York – Today, dozens of elected officials from around the country sent a letter to President Obama, calling on him to...

01.04.2016

Jordan Haedtler, Fed Up coalition campaign manager, released the following statement in response to the revelations that Trump...

11.30.2016

Shawn Sebastian, Field Director of the Fed Up campaign, released the following statement on behalf of the Center for Popular Democracy:

“When veterans of Goldman Sachs and other big banks  are  elevated to positions at the very institutions tasked with regulating the...

11.30.2016

Ana Maria Archila, co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy, released the following statement:
"Donald Trump ran a campaign promising to restore the economy for working class Americans who'd been left behind by Wall Street and the...

11.14.2016

The co-executive directors of Center for Popular Democracy Action, Ana Maria Archila, Brian Kettenring, and Andrew Friedman, released the following statement in response to news that U.S. Representative Keith Ellison is being considered for the role of Democratic National...

10.25.2016

NEW YORK – With millions of immigrants around the country increasingly exposed to attack, cities and states have stepped up to fill the gap left by federal gridlock. A new Center for Popular Democracy report looks at the upsurge of local pro-immigrant policies across the...

09.22.2016

Grace Martinez of the Alliance for California for Community Empowerment (ACCE) and the Fed Up coalition released the following statement in response to the...

09.21.2016

Ady Barkan, director of the Fed Up campaign, made the following statement following the Federal Reserve's decision not to raise interest rates today:

"We applaud the Federal Reserve for rejecting pressure from the financial sector to raise interest rates. The census data...

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