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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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Cntr for Comm Change 20m
RT : Tell YOUR Authentic story! Go to this link: campaign
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Cntr for Comm Change 2h
ICYMI from : "An anti-poverty movement led by the middle and upper classes is doomed to failure"
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Cntr for Comm Change 17h
RT : Here is my piece on about CCC [& partner's] national launch
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Cntr for Comm Change 18h
Have you or your family received outsized punishment for a minor offense? The wants to know about it:
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Cntr for Comm Change 19h
Just a reminder: "One in five U.S. schoolchildren are living below federal poverty line"
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Cntr for Comm Change 20h
"What it really means to rely on food stamps and welfare" via :
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Cntr for Comm Change 21h
"How San Francisco Is Helping Give Ex-Offenders A Better Shot" - what do you think of this solution?
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Cntr for Comm Change 22h
The is reporting on our legal system's outsized responses to minor offenses & want to hear your experiences:
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Cntr for Comm Change 23h
"Who's poor changes with time and circumstance. And their ranks swell and shrink with the health of the economy"
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Cntr for Comm Change 24h
MT : TODAY 1:30 @ City Hall, join women leaders from across NYC to support the
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Cntr for Comm Change May 29
Wow. Real talk. "Police don’t need to hug black people. They just need to stop killing them."
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Cntr for Comm Change May 29
RT : Bernard Noble, father of 7, is in prison for 13 yrs for 2.8 grams of marijuana:
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Cntr for Comm Change May 29
From : "An anti-poverty movement led by the middle and upper classes is doomed to failure"
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
"Thinking of My Mother and Our Broken Economy" CCC Writing Fellow Chris Massenburg reflects on launch:
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
MT : Insistence on cutting public-sector jobs, mainly by the GOP, is hitting the black community hard:
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
"My mother did what parents do – she tried hard to provide for her child." via
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
What does it say that you can buy a can of dolphin-safe tuna, but can’t guarantee its human producers weren't abused?
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
"The reality is for both Dems & Rs that they’re going to have to contend with a Latino & immigrant vote.”
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
"It was important to my mother that I understood what it was like to work to make money bc we had so little of it."
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Cntr for Comm Change May 27
Complications of family-friendly workplace policies and what to do about them from the :
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