Header Image

Campaign News

Search Image Search News

The Housing Recovery Has Skipped Poor and Minority Neighborhoods

On October 11, 2009, when Isaac Dieudonne was two years old, his family moved into a new home in Miramar, Florida. As they began to unpack, young Isaac bounded out the...

Organizing for Housing Justice & A Home to Thrive
[created] | Published by: El Nuevo Dia

El premio de la diáspora boricua

El premio de la diáspora boricua

“En el noreste, grupos de poder inmigrante como Make the Road, afiliadas al Center for Popular Democracy, organizan a estas comunidades en Nueva York, Connecticut, Pensilvania y Nueva Jersey para...

El Nuevo Dia | Civic Engagement, Organizing for a Just Recovery in Puerto Rico and Beyond
[created] | Published by: Wall Street Journal

Clinton Wants Bankers Off Regional Fed Boards

Clinton Wants Bankers Off Regional Fed Boards

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton joined the fray Thursday in the debate over how the nation’s central bank operates, saying banking industry insiders need to be removed from the...

Wall Street Journal | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
[created] | Published by: Long Island Business Review

Five Long Island nonprofits to share $70,000 in grants

Five Long Island nonprofits to share $70,000 in grants

Five Long Island nonprofits concerned with progressive social change were awarded funding by the Long Island Unitarian Universalist Fund, which doled out $70,000 in its first round of grants for...

Long Island Business Review

Yellen to Meet Group Seeking Low Rates, Greater Openness

Bloomberg News - November 11, 2014, by Christopher Condon - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will meet Nov. 14 with a coalition of...

Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
[created] | Published by: Politico

Why markets ignore Trump news

Why markets ignore Trump news

ALSO TODAY: FED UP IN WYOMING — Per release: “On the eve of the Federal Reserve’s annual economic symposium in Jackson Hole, researchers, scholars, and workers will join Fed Up for a panel...

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

Hearing on charter schools brings out varied opinions

State Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale got an earful during a daylong meeting in Philadelphia on Friday on ways to...

Report: Black Minnesotans Missing Out On Economic Recovery

CBS Minnesota - March 5, 2015 - African Americans are not experiencing the same economic recovery compared to others in the country, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute...

Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up
[created] | Published by: El Nuevo Dia

Puerto Ricans call for protest in Washington

Puerto Ricans call for protest in Washington

“Convened by the Power4Puerto Rico coalition, refugees and civic and union groups have organized a day of protests - which could include acts of civil disobedience - and visits to offices of...

El Nuevo Dia | Civic Engagement

Fed Up Applauds Cautious Approach to Rate Hikes This Year

02/05/2016


Statement & Booking Opportunity: Ady Barkan, Director of the Fed Up campaign, released the following statement in...

Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Pages

this just in...

SocialFeed

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

5 days ago

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

6 days ago