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How Much Do U.S. Cities Spend Every Year On Policing?

Over the past three decades, U.S. cities have allocated larger and larger shares of their budgets towards law enforcement. Today, the U.S. collectively spends $100 billion a year on policing and a...

Forbes | Justice Transformation
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Piden expandir ID Municipal a otras ciudades

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Piden expandir ID Municipal a otras ciudades

 ciudad de Nueva York quiere que otras urbes de la nación copien el ID Municipal que ha sido un éxito en la Gran Manzana, y por ello este jueves el Centro para la Democracia Popular hizo el...

El Diario

EXCLUSIVE: City Lawmaker Demands that Charter Schools Show How They Use Tax Money

New York Daily News - February 24, 2015, by Ben Chapman and Lisa Colangelo - A lawmaker is asking the city’s charter schools to hand over paperwork showing how they use millions of dollars in tax...

Movement for paid sick leave gains ground

The New Crossroads - May 13, 2013, By Gregory N. Heires - Grassroots campaigns for local and state laws requiring employers to provide their workers with paid sick days are gaining steam.


[created] | Published by: The Philadelphia Citizen

Fixing the Shift

Fixing the Shift

Hard on the heels of the Fight for $15 minimum wage campaign, a group that has won legislation or regulation changes involving work schedules in three states and seven cities is launching a drive...

The Philadelphia Citizen | Restoring a Fair Workweek
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If Amazon Wants New York, Make It Unionize

If Amazon Wants New York, Make It Unionize

The Center for Popular Democracy awarded Walgreens its “worst employer” prize because of its treatment of the retail chain’s employees.


Daily Kos | Civic Engagement

Fed Up Campaign Celebrates Victory for Working Families as Fed Holds Off on Rate Hikes

“This is a victory for the working families who stepped up with innovative organizing to send the Fed a clear message: Our voices belong in the debate about our economy,” said Ady Barkan, Campaign...

Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Crece interés de inmigrantes por irse de NYC a sus países

Hace siete años José V dejó su trabajo en Colombia como cajero en un banco y llegó a Nueva York, dispuesto a quedarse. Las deudas y los serios problemas económicos de su familia lo pusieron a...

El Diario

Fed May Face Makeover Whether Trump or Clinton Wins White House

The Federal Reserve may be headed for a shakeup regardless of who wins the 2016 election, though Hillary Clinton is seen as less likely to demand radical change than Donald Trump.


Bloomberg | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

My Daughter And I Dressed As Handmaids And Got Arrested To Protest Brett Kavanaugh

The whole time though, we were together with our community of activists and had people waiting for us on the other side. We all sang songs of protest and resistance together, and I could feel the...

The Huffington Post | Civic Engagement


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