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The Federal Reserve is a Public Institution but is it Built to Represent the Public? 2020 Analysis of Diversity and Public Representation

The Center for Popular Democracy’s Fed Up campaign conducts an annual analysis of the gender, racial, and occupational diversity of the Federal Reserve system’s leadership.

06/25/2020 | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Aiming to Underachieve: How a Federal Reserve Lending Program for Local Governments is Designed to Fall Short

Local governments are facing an unprecedented public health and economic crisis as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

06/14/2020 | Building a National Campaign for a Strong Economy: Fed Up

Advancing Universal Representation: A Toolkit Module 2 - Building the Movement

The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), the National Immigration Law Center (NILC), and the Vera Institute of Justice (Vera) work together to expand the national movement for publicly funded...

05/1/2020 | Protecting Immigrant Communities

Amazon Endangers Workers, Delivers Contagion, Reaps the Profit

As the coronavirus pandemic rapidly accelerates, workers are sounding the alarm: Amazon's health and safety measures and benefits are wholly inadequate. They are failing to keep workers,...

04/16/2020 | Raising the Bar for Workers and Families

It's Time to Martin Act

The root cause of Puerto Rico’s debt crisis, as well as the banks and other key players that fueled and profited from it, have never received a proper legal examination. The NewYork State Attorney...

03/11/2020 | Organizing for a Just Recovery in Puerto Rico and Beyond

Half a Job: Why People Working Part-Time Deserve a Fair Workweek

Millions of Americans are Underemployed

02/27/2020 | Restoring a Fair Workweek

The Freedom to Stay: Philly is Our Home

Philadelphia is in the midst of a housing crisis that has devastating effects on low-income communities and communities of color.

02/15/2020 | Organizing for Housing Justice & A Home to Thrive

Restoring a Fair Workweek: State Policies to Combat Abusive Scheduling Practices

Today a majority of working Americans – over 80 million people – clock into a job with an hourly wage.

01/15/2020 | Restoring a Fair Workweek

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Nearly 70% of immigrants in detention are unrepresented in immigration courts—even during a time where access to publicly funded …

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