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Cntr for Comm Change
CCC aims to build the power and capacity of low-income people, esp. low-income people of color, to change their communities and public policies for the better.
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Selma's largely African American population today struggles with joblessness, poverty and drugs.
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Water Crisis: We Listen to People, Just Not the Poor
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How Judicial Vacancies Threaten Access to Justice for Low-Income People -
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Almost unnoticed, the world has reduced poverty, increased incomes & improved health more than any time in history.
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GREAT READ: 'Learning to Walk Alone' by our writing fellow . via
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Great headline on - "We Listen to People, Just Not the Poor," .
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Beyond : In The South, Another Water Crisis Has Been Unfolding For Years
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 7
RT : Great Read guest blogger "Housing through a Lens"
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 7
"Finally Fairness for Home Care Workers."
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 6
"Community groups want more input on de Blasio's housing plan."
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‘Dreamers’ on the Front Lines of the 2016 Race
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 6
MT Yesterday would have been Trayvon Martin's 21st birthday.
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 5
is a policy that has tremendous economic consequences for vulnerable families.
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 5
Repeatedly, studies show is good for workers, families, business and our economy. This country needs the .
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 5
How can we be a country that supports family when we don't provide basic needs like ?
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 5
The FMLA, the U.S.'s unpaid leave law, is 23 years old today. It's past time for the next step: !
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 5
Inmates Lied To About Water Crisis, Forced To Drink Lead Water
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 5
At a mosque, President Obama makes the case for tolerance and inclusion.
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Cntr for Comm Change Feb 5
Cali school district is reversing underachievement and lack of opportunity for Black boys.
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