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Congress to Consider Bill to Help Part-Timers

New York Post - July 22, 2014, by James Covert - Part-timers with increasingly unpredictable work schedules are taking their beef to Washington.

A congressional bill is slated for...

Restoring a Fair Workweek

Hourly Work and Workers in Connecticut

Connecticut has almost 885,000 hourly workers—nearly 57 percent of Connecticut’s total workforcea—who would benefit from updating workplace protections to match our modern workweek. Across...

Restoring a Fair Workweek

More on How Charter Schools Profit from Tax Dollars and Undermine Host School Districts

Recent weeks have brought a lot of press about the way charter schools are undermining public school districts and diverting tax dollars allocated for education too often to for-profit companies...

Jan Resseger Blog | Organizing for Education Justice

How to Build an Anti-Poverty Movement, From the Grassroots Up

The Nation - January 14, 2014, by Greg Kaufman - With more than 46 million people living below the poverty line, struggling to survive on $19,530 or less for a family of three, and with more than...

Jeff Flake debates GOP tax plan with voter on a plane

While traveling Thursday on an airplane from Washington, GOP Sen. Jeff Flake debated a voter in a wide-ranging discussion about the GOP tax plan, the issue of Dreamers, the Affordable Care Act and...

CNN | Civic Engagement

School Voucher Opponents Ready for Fight as Bill Advances

The Tennessean - March 3, 2015, bt Jason Gonzales - Anti-voucher groups are digging in for a fight as the second of two almost identical voucher bills easily passed the House Education and...

NYC pagará por abogados en casos de deportación

El Diario - July 18, 2013, by Claudia Torrens - Nueva York se prepara para dar otro paso en su tradición de ayuda a inmigrantes: planea pagar los abogados de oficio que necesitan cuando se...

Protecting Immigrant Communities

How to Help Residents of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Recover After Hurricane Maria

These organizations are helping with immediate needs—like food—and long-term efforts, including rebuilding...

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Colorlines | Civic Engagement
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Trump’s Immigration Policy ‘Fever Dream’

Trump’s Immigration Policy ‘Fever Dream’

“The administration is “creating an environment of profound hostility,” as Ana Maria Archila, the co-executive director for the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), told me. (Archila was one of the...

Epeak Daily

Protesters Converge On Stephen Schwarzman's Water Mill Home

About 35 protesters from various political organizations—the Center for Popular Democracy, Make the Road New York, New York Communities for Change, and Strong for All Economy Coalition—converged...

27east | Civic Engagement

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