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The recently released Department of Justice investigation of the Ferguson Police Department and the Presidential Task Force on 21st Century Policing Interim Report were the direct results of bold and...
03/27/15
A few weeks ago, CPD staff traveled to Selma, Alabama for the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday and wrote this reflection on the anniversary and the current movement moment: Fifty years ago civil...
03/27/15
On March 12, joined by three members of Congress on the steps of New York City Hall, CPD, core partner organizations Make the Road New York (MRNY) and New York Communities for Change (NYCC), and...
03/27/15
On March 11, CPD, National People’s Action, USAction, and our state partners helped coordinate We Rise, a national day of action with one simple message: our cities and states belong to us, not big...
03/27/15
  Last week, the Fed Up campaign for a strong economy took a major step forward, with coalition partners in eight cities across the country calling on the Federal Reserve to reform its governance...
03/10/15
Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
Two years ago, in response to inspirational mobilization by thousands of workers in New York City’s service industry, CPD partnered with United New York to hold a one-day symposium and release a...
02/24/15
Local Progress: A National Network of Progressive Local Elected Officials
CPD recently submitted testimony to the presidents task force on 21st century policing in advance of the January 30th listening session on policy and oversight.  Policy and Oversight Listening...
01/28/15
This weekend thousands took to the streets and engaged in acts of political protest and community building to reclaim the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Using the hashtag #ReclaimMLK communities...
01/26/15
In a major victory for the Fed Up campaign, the Federal Reserve announced on January 16 that it is establishing an advisory council “with a particular focus on the concerns of low- and moderate-...
01/26/15
The Fair Workweek Initiative and Starbucks baristas are making significant progress in their three month campaign to push Starbucks into changing its scheduling policy and practice for 130,000...
12/19/14
Restoring a Fair Workweek

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