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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 13m
"So, how did I end up homeless? I keep wondering where I went wrong." via
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Cntr for Comm Change 1h
ICYMI- this article is still relevant and beautiful and all the things:
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MT : Great piece on what airport workers are facing and the wins they are stacking up
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"This Labor Ruling Could Give a Big Boost to the Fight For 15"
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Big victories for airport workers!
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MT : The 10 most affordable areas in the US are in TN. How does your city fare?
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Cntr for Comm Change 6h
"The government just showed corporate America that they’re the boss" -->
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Kaiser Family Found 13h
Poverty rates for Black and Hispanic seniors are almost double those of whites, under the SPM
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
RT : Boosting the child tax credit would lift poor Black children out of poverty:
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
Ten Years After Katrina, Low-Income Communities Are Still Vulnerable to Disaster: Here's Why
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
Great tool--> MT : Recommended budget for a family of 4 in DC is $106,493/year. Find yours:
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
“Before Trayvon Martin, before Michael Brown, before Tamir Rice, there was Emmett Till."
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
MT : Wal-Mart raises wages, then starts cutting hours for some workers.
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
From Katrina to CA drought, who are the hardest hit by environmental disasters? Historically disinvested communities.
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
Friday was the 60th anniversary of the savage killing of Emmett Till.
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 31
For the past 45 years the Fed has set policy that privileges corporate elites rather than working families-
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 30
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FFLIC Aug 27
"Post-Katrina education reform has left out Black workers"
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Cntr for Comm Change Aug 29
We're still asking this -->
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CSIC at Georgetown Aug 27
JOB: is hiring a Digital Community Manager
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