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Center for Commmunity Change
The Center for Community Change builds the power and capacity of low-income people, esp. low-income people of color, to change their communities for the better.
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Center for Commmunity Change 7h
"If I can’t get a female judge to listen and care ... how can women anywhere expect anything to change?" Our New York fellow shares her story and critical perspective on the movement.
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Center for Commmunity Change 19h
SNAP helps more than 40 million people access the food they need. 65% of SNAP recipients are children, seniors and people with disabilities.
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 23
Every family in America should be able to put food on the table. and the House GOP shouldn’t get to decide who gets to eat and who goes hungry.
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 18
The incident highlights the daily indignities that Black people live.
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 17
"To call someone a 'redneck' now divides us, when the term was created to unite us. And this distortion only benefits rednecks’ original enemies – corrupt politicians and big companies who don’t care about a multiracial alliance of hardworking Americans."
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 17
If you could use a dose of pure courage, listen in to a conversation with of about the questions we must ask ourselves and how we find the courage to be unapologetic.
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Spitfire Apr 16
Give this podcast with our friend of and a listen to learn about the inclusive workers' movement of the future.
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 16
., which has 6,800 workers in the metro area, making it the eighth-largest area employer, refused to answer ' Living Wage survey, writes .
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 16
Big news today from our sister organization announcing electoral efforts for 2018!
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 16
Know a leader building power for low-income communities of color? The Emerging Change Champion Awards celebrates a rising star advancing social and economic justice. Learn more:
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 11
As we continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary, take a look at the historic events that brought us to where we are today!
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 9
Know a great leader? The 2018 Emerging Change Champion Award supports and celebrates an outstanding leader in the economic and social justice movement. Nominate one today!
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NextGen America Apr 10
Note to politicians: Get with the agenda, or get out of office!
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CCCAction Apr 11
The families left behind after police killings share their stories in a new multimedia series, Residuum.
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 11
As we continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary, take a look at the historic events that brought us to where we are today!
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 10
"As dignitaries and national press gathered in Memphis to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination, eight activists and an independent journalist who had gathered to protest immigration detention sat in jail."
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CCCAction Apr 10
Support the work of by becoming a sponsor of our Community Change Champions Awards!
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Tomas Kennedy Apr 9
This is my mantra. Immigrant justice and criminal justice reform go hand in hand. Read my piece for 👇
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 9
"This year, we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the deaths of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. It’s worth remembering what both leaders were advocating for when they were struck down." -
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Center for Commmunity Change Apr 9
Know a great leader? The 2018 Emerging Change Champion Award supports and celebrates an outstanding leader in the economic and social justice movement. Nominate one today!
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