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Arrested Learning: A survey of youth experiences of police and security at school

The school-to-prison-and-deportation pipeline refers to the policies and practices that punish, isolate, marginalize, and deny access to supportive learning environments for Black, Brown, Latinx,...

04/12/2021 | Organizing for Education Justice

Connecticut’s Excluded Communities: Key Findings from a COVID-19 Community Impact Survey

Connecticut’s Latinx and immigrant communities are being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

03/23/2021 | Federal Advocacy: Fighting Back & Fighting Forward, Protecting Immigrant Communities

#CancelRent & #CancelMortgages: How It Works

Why? As many as 40 million people nationwide face eviction due to inability to pay rent.

03/3/2021 | Organizing for Housing Justice & A Home to Thrive

Essential and Excluded: How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Impacting Immigrant Families

Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) affiliates in six states conducted community impact surveys between April and November 2020.

02/23/2021 | Federal Advocacy: Fighting Back & Fighting Forward, Protecting Immigrant Communities

Youth Mandate for Education and Liberation: A Mandate to Guide Us from Crisis to Liberation

For more than three decades, Black and Brown youth, parents, educators, and communities have organized to dismantle the school-to-prison-and-deportation pipeline. As a core feature of that fight,...

02/23/2021 | Justice Transformation, Organizing for Education Justice

The Case Against Reappointing Jay Powell

Two cheers for Jay Powell. There is a lot to respect in Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s record, but is that enough for progressives to support his reappointment for the next four years?

02/23/2021 | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Housing: Central to COVID-19 Relief and Recovery

Housing is not only a basic need and human right. In the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, it is also a significant form of healthcare. Keeping everyone housed is critical for public health and...

02/11/2021 | Organizing for Housing Justice & A Home to Thrive

North Carolina’s Excluded Communities: COVID-19 Community Impact Survey Findings

North Carolina’s Latinx, Black, and immigrant communities are being hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

01/27/2021 | Federal Advocacy: Fighting Back & Fighting Forward

2021 Federal Housing Agenda

At a time of global health, climate, and housing affordability crises, our country needs a visionary housing policy.

01/26/2021 | Organizing for Housing Justice & A Home to Thrive

Advancing Universal Representation A Toolkit for Advocates, Organizers, Legal Service Providers, and Policymakers

The movement for universal representation—the idea that every immigrant facing detention and deportation should have the right to a publicly funded lawyer if they cannot afford one—continues to gain...



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