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On March 15, CPD Wisconsin affiliate Black Leaders Organizing for Communities (BLOC) moderated a conversation with Former Attorney General Eric Holder about the importance of redistricting and the...
03/30/18
CPD’s newest initiative, the State Power Project (SPP), is designed to build the grassroots organizational strength of nine state affiliates by engaging and recruiting the public to join as members...
03/30/18
Civic Engagement
On March 5, the CPD Network joined United We Dream, the Women’s March, and a number of other groups to organize a mass march and act of civil disobedience in Washington, DC. It was the self-imposed...
03/30/18
Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative
The New York Federal Reserve is choosing the second most influential monetary policymaking position in the country -- arguably the most powerful position in the U.S. that President Trump will not...
03/30/18
Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
The first weekend in March, Local Progress members from across the Empire State descended on Saratoga Springs, NY for the third annual Local Progress New York (LP NY) Convening. Despite a winter...
03/30/18
Local Progress: A National Network of Progressive Local Elected Officials
On March 20, on the six month anniversary of Hurricane Maria which devastated Puerto Rico, hundreds of Puerto Rican families traveled across the country to demand a just recovery for the island. The...
03/30/18
Organizing for Climate Justice
Stand strong with us on Thursday, March 15 in Los Angeles at The Underground Museum! Join us as we celebrate incredible activists Nina Tassler, Sarah Timberman and Ady Barkan, and leading, powerful...
02/28/18
On February 14, CPD’s Fed Up campaign released a new report: Working People Still Need a Voice at the Fed: 2018 Diversity Analysis of the Federal Reserve Bank Directors. It analyzes the gender,...
02/28/18
Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
On the day after the deadline for the expiration of DACA, we invite you to join historians, activists, and experts including Dr. Mae Ngai, Professor of Asian American Studies and History at Columbia...
02/28/18
Building an Immigrant Justice Initiative, Immigrant Rights - Combating Family Separation & Deportation, Immigrant Rights - Creating Deportation Defense
In Pennsylvania, the underfunding of schools has led to a lack of resources and the criminalization of young people. On February 22, OnePA premiered an incredible documentary film by Chris Ivey...
02/28/18
Organizing for Education Justice

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