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A New Day, New York

The Huffington Post - December 4, 2013, by Camille Rivera - Nearly a month ago, a new day dawned in New York politics. After 20 years of...

Holding Wall Street Accountable

Letter to the Editor: Proposed Legislation in Maryland Would Sacrifice Standards of Charter Schools

Washington Post - March 3, 2015, by Anne Kaiser - I share The Post’s interest in a healthy environment for charter schools in Maryland, as expressed in the Feb. 25 editorial “ Give...

2 Women Who Confronted Jeff Flake About Kavanaugh Vote in an Elevator Credited for 1 Week Delay

Before Sen. Jeff Flake reversed his guarantee of a “yes” vote for Brett Kavanaugh and demanded an FBI investigation into the allegations, he was confronted by two women who said they were...

People | Civic Engagement

Top Fed Officials Meet Protesters on Sidelines of Jackson Hole

Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer and 10 of his colleagues met Thursday with a coalition of activists to hear complaints about the U.S. central bank, in a first-of-its-kind event on...

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

Tipirneni Gains Momentum In Last Week Of CD8 Special Elections, Outraises Lesko

The democrat gained her financial advantage mostly through small donors, but also recently received support from healthcare activist Ady Barkan, who launched a six-figure ad campaign supporting...

The Foothills Focus | Civic Engagement

Representación legal gratis

Telemundo – July 21, 2013 - Indocumentados en NYC podrán contar con un abogado sin pagar honorarios.


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Connecting The Dots Between Banks and Immigrant Detention

Connecting The Dots Between Banks and Immigrant Detention

July 26 was the deadline by which the government was ordered by a judge to reunite all immigrant children separated from their parents in Trump's so-called zero-tolerance border policy earlier...

Free Speech TV | Civic Engagement, Holding Wall Street Accountable
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Fed Pressed on Questions of Diversity

Fed Pressed on Questions of Diversity

The Federal Reserve faces criticism from lawmakers and others over its record on diversity at the same time the central bank is highlighting the economic outlook for minority groups.


Wall Street Journal | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

These Cities Aren’t Waiting for the Supreme Court to Decide Whether or Not to Gut Unions

In the face of the Janus case, local elected officials across the country are renewing our efforts to help workers organize—in traditional ways, and in new ones. Brad Lander is a New York City...

The Nation

Etats-Unis: la Fed reçoit des défenseurs d’une économie “plus équitable”

Euronews - November 14, 2014, by Agence France-Presse - Fait rare pour un dirigeant de la Réserve fédérale des Etats-Unis, la présidente de la Fed Janet Yellen a reçu vendredi des représentants d’...

Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up


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We were excited and honored to represent at @Netroots_Nation for #NN24 this past week. Everyone showed out this year- on a panel about the deep organizing we need to #HouseEveryOne, at @ppls_coalition's documentary screening for We The People’s Process, and closing celebration. https://t.co/gqAf2Yr7rU

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Black, Latine and working-class communities have been experiencing #Project2025 policy for decades- and they were the first to speak up about it. Join our call about it from wherever you are today: https://t.co/55AxT5fehz https://t.co/jQcgxeyZnC

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