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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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Cntr for Comm Change 14h
Navy's first black pilot had to battle racism and poverty.
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Verizon reached a deal on Friday with its union workers, meaning 35,000 people could be back at work soon.
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On Memorial Day, see these photo tributes to our military men and women.
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CCC Writing Fellow Stephanie Land Featured on NPR talking about parenting while poor.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 29
Resuming a normal life after a wrongful conviction is anything but easy.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 29
Understanding poverty from the inside is pretty eye-opening.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 29
Is this Chinese detergent ad the most racist ad ever made?
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Cntr for Comm Change May 29
Making school kids climate change literate is the aim of some educators come next school year.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 28
"Ppl who make the fed of $7.25/hr can’t find an affordable place to live anywhere in the country"
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Cntr for Comm Change May 28
We need to bridge gap btw those profiting in the food industry & their employees who are not:
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Cntr for Comm Change May 28
Nominate someone today! MT : CCC's Emerging Change Champion Award 2016 Submission Deadline: June 3, 2016.-
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
Among those who rent, they earn an average wage of $15.42, not enough to afford an average 1- or 2-bedroom apt.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
"I didn’t want to accept harassment in order to earn a living."
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
Why the Tipped Minimum Wage Forces Me to Endure Harassment
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Cntr for Comm Change May 26
About 46 percent of Americans said they did not have enough money to cover a $400 emergency expense.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 26
Nominate a rising leader from your community for the Emerging Change Champion award.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 26
The shocking number of Americans who can’t cover a $400 expense
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Cntr for Comm Change May 26
White women benefit most from affirmative action — and are among its fiercest opponents.
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Cntr for Comm Change May 25
The Women Who Make H&M's Clothes Are Fired For Getting Pregnant
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Cntr for Comm Change May 25
For Somalis, hope falls to the cutting floor
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