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Huge congratulations go out to our friends at the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA). After seven years and two vetoes, the NDWA was finally able to celebrate the passage of a Domestic...
10/29/13
In Suffolk County, New York, racial and ethnic demographics are shifting, creating opportunities to change both politics and public policy.  As these changes unfold, the Center for Popular Democracy...
10/29/13
This weekend, Local Progress hosted its Second Annual National Convening in Washington, DC. Close to 60 local elected officials from around the country came together to discuss issues such as...
10/29/13
The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) is thrilled to be collaborating with Accelerate Change, the Center for Community Change, Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and the Fair...
10/29/13
A new report by the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), entitled “Fatal Inequality," shows that Latino and other workers of color account for 74% of fatalities from accidents in the New York...
10/29/13
This month the AFL-CIO made a major shift in its orientation by opening its 2013 Convention doors to a wide range of worker, immigrant and community-based organizations. Working closely with...
09/30/13
The national movement to ensure that workers can take time off when they are sick won another victory this week, as the City Council of Jersey City passed an earned sick time ordinance. When the...
09/30/13
On September 12, 104 women were arrested for blocking an intersection outside the Capitol Building as part of a demonstration to demand that Congress pass comprehensive immigration reform.  ...
09/30/13
The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) is delighted to announce that Ana María Archila will be joining CPD as Co-Executive Director on October 15, 2013. Ana María comes to CPD from our sister...
09/30/13
Using the medium of art to focus attention on the need for national immigration reform, the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) and a coalition of labor, community and faith organizations launched...
09/30/13

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