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07/17/2019

Puerto Rico will not back down

Puerto Rico will not back down

"This is something that has never been seen," Julio E. López Varona, a member of Construamos Otro Acuerdo, told AL DÍA. "We had never seen a time when the entire town was summoned against a...

07/17/2019 | Al Día | Organizing for a Just Recovery in Puerto Rico and Beyond
[created] | Published by: Progressive Radio Network
07/17/2019

Connect The Dots – Denying Sanctuary

Connect The Dots – Denying Sanctuary

Listen to Ana Maria Archila, Co-Executive Director at the Center for Popular Democracy and a national voice for immigrant...

07/17/2019 | Progressive Radio Network
[created] | Published by: Port Townsend Leader
07/16/2019

PT protests child detentions

PT protests child detentions

Port Townsend’s protest was organized by the Jefferson County Immigrant Rights Advocates. The international movement was sponsored by the Women’s March, the Center for Popular Democracy and the...

07/16/2019 | Port Townsend Leader
[created] | Published by: Forbes
07/16/2019

French Bank Fifth to Pull Out of the Private Prison Industry

French Bank Fifth to Pull Out of the Private Prison Industry

Yet, as revealed by this data brief by In the Public Interest, Public Accountability Initiative, and the Center for Popular Democracy, the Group's US subsidiary led a syndicate that granted two...

07/16/2019 | Forbes | Holding Wall Street Accountable
[created] | Published by: Cincinnati Business Journal
07/16/2019

Fifth Third slams the door on financing private prison companies

Fifth Third slams the door on financing private prison companies

Fifth Third had $40 million in outstanding balances on term loans and revolving credit lines with Nashville, Tenn.-based CoreCivic, one of the two largest private prison operators, as of year-end...

07/16/2019 | Cincinnati Business Journal | Holding Wall Street Accountable
[created] | Published by: Pacific Standard Magazine
07/16/2019

Anti-ICE Activists Target PNC Bank for Funding Private Detention Centers

Anti-ICE Activists Target PNC Bank for Funding Private Detention Centers

According to The Center for Popular Democracy, a non-profit that promotes community organizing around immigrants and other marginalized or working class groups, PNC is one of CoreCivic's leading...

07/16/2019 | Pacific Standard Magazine | Holding Wall Street Accountable
[created] | Published by: Indian Express
07/15/2019

Lights for Liberty: Thousands protest Trump immigration policies in Chicago

Lights for Liberty: Thousands protest Trump immigration policies in Chicago

A sign with "#EndFamilyDetention" is held high during a protest with Washington area national and local organizations including CASA, Center for Popular Democracy, Faith in Action, and the Capital...

07/15/2019 | Indian Express

Trump Continues Attack on Immigrant Communities and the Census

07.11.2019

WASHINGTON -- Today, the Trump administration announced that it...

07/11/2019 | Protecting Immigrant Communities, Fighting for an Inclusive Democracy

"It's Time to Fight Back": Hundreds of #CloseTheCamps Rallies Planned Across the Country Amid Reports of Abuse in Detention Centers

MoveOn was joined by the ACLU, the Center for Popular Democracy, and other organizations in planning at least 184 events in cities and towns across the country.

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07/2/2019 | Common Dreams

Dear Maybe Trump voter: Immigration bluster is a head fake designed to con you into voting for him

Natalia Salgado, a senior political strategist with the Center for Popular Democracy, a progressive organization, warned that Trump is misjudging the political effect his policies will have: “What...

06/23/2019 | Daily Kos

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