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[created] | Published by: HuffPost
12/12/2019

Hillary Clinton Embraces Progressive Federal Reserve Reforms

Hillary Clinton Embraces Progressive Federal Reserve Reforms

The Fed Up campaign, a coalition of progressive groups headed by the Center for Popular Democracy that has been at the...

12/12/2019 | HuffPost

Progressives Do Not Take The Fed Seriously. Meet The People Trying To Change That

Fed Up, a new coalition of community organizations and labor unions led by the Center for Popular Democracy, is trying...

12/12/2019 | HuffPost

After Trump, Melanie D'Arrigo Helped Get Democrats Elected. After Kavanaugh, She Decided to Run.

She traveled to D.C. with the New York City chapter of Planned Parenthood for the Committee's vote, the same...

12/12/2019 | ELLE
[created] | Published by: The Sentinel Colorado
12/10/2019

Aurora City Council squabbles over joining citizenship organizations

Aurora City Council squabbles over joining citizenship organizations

New York City mayor Bill De Blasio, former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti along with...

12/10/2019 | The Sentinel Colorado

How Media Turn Support for Public Schools Into Opposition to Children of Color

A 2014 report by the Center for Popular Democracy and Integrity in Education found charter operators using public funds...

12/7/2019 | Fair

Ilhan Omar’s Trillion-Dollar Housing Plan Is Another Notch in Housing Organizers’ Belts

But so did advocates with the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), another national progressive coalition that earlier...

12/5/2019 | Next City

Opinion: We Want To End The School To Prison Pipeline. 2020 Democrats Are Starting To Listen.

Youth leaders from the Center for Popular Democracy Action and Alliance for Educational Justice networks asked whether...

12/3/2019 | BuzzFeed News

Protesters block access to private prison company’s South Florida headquarters

still provide more than $2.6 billion in credit to the industry, according to a recent report released by three research...

12/3/2019 | Miami Herald

More than half of Maine employers may be forcing workers to sign away their right to sue

years while Maine’s workforce grew by 61 percent, according to an assessment by the National Employment Law Project, a...

12/3/2019 | Beacon (Maine)

Philadelphia’s ‘Fair Workweek’ law gets delayed, advocates call it ‘embarrassing’

Rachel Deutsch, a lawyer with the Center for Popular Democracy who has worked on these laws across the country, said...

12/3/2019 | Philadelphia Inquirer

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