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Last week, Mayor de Blasio and the New York City Council unveiled this year’s final budget which included a $4 million initiative to bring more guidance counselors and social workers into New York...
06/27/18
Organizing for Education Justice
At a standing room only summit on June 13, elected leaders expressed new support for policies championed by more than a dozen progressive partners and allies including CPDA, CPD’s sister organization...
06/27/18
Civic Engagement
Toys R Us workers are standing up and taking action as over 33,000 workers and their families lost the jobs they love last week. Over 100 Toys R worker leaders have protested Wall Street private...
06/27/18
Restoring a Fair Workweek
Walmart drives working conditions in retail. Their size is unparalleled: with 1.5 million American workers, the company is the largest corporate employer and the largest low-wage employer in the...
06/27/18
Restoring a Fair Workweek
On June 11, CPD launched its newest initiative, Creating Action Movement and Power, better known as CPD CAMP. Held this year in Washington, DC, CPD CAMP brought together 40 CPD affiliates from across...
06/27/18
Building Technological Infrastructure and Capacity
On June 12, Make the Road Nevada (MRNV) members, including immigrants and survivors of the deadly shooting that took place on October 1, 2017, in Las Vegas, gathered outside police headquarters to...
06/27/18
Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
Last week, CPD partner Leaders Igniting Transformation (LIT) defeated a dangerous Milwaukee Public Schools' (MPS) discipline policy that would have further entrenched the school-to-prison pipeline...
06/04/18
Organizing for Education Justice, Promoting Strong Public Schools
Kosoko Jackson, a Maryland native, is the author of A Place For Wolves, a diverse historical thriller Young Adult Novel, coming out Summer 2019 by Sourcebooks Fire, that advocates for an increase in...
05/30/18
On May 9 CPD, in partnership with the National Immigration Law Center and the Vera Institute for Justice, hosted an all-day gathering of organizers and advocates fighting to expand access to justice...
05/30/18
Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative, Combating Family Separation & Deportation, Creating Deportation Defense
During the week of April 20, the CPD Network organized a set of actions focused on impacting federal housing policies for Puerto Rican families living in the US. These actions came at a crucial...
05/30/18
Organizing for Climate Justice

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