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Cntr for Comm 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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Cntr for Comm Change 10h
The typical African American borrower made no progress paying down their loans
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Makhai Jodiah Bailey, a survivor of 3 natural disasters, is using lyrics to be a voice for communities of color fighting for
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Why the Obamas’ Portrait Choices Matter
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Years after college, the typical Black student owes more on their student loans than they originally borrowed.
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Dignity in Schools 23h
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UPLAN Oct 16
UPLAN members featured in this video! We support the movement for
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 16
The median African American household has just $1,700 in accumulated wealth.
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 16
Colin Kaepernik has filed a grievance accusing NFL teams of colluding to keep him out of the league.
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 16
Putting families first: Join parents, care givers, and organizers to empower communities.
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 16
The nation’s largest police organization pursues policies that have deadly consequences for communities of color.
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 16
One homeless man has been arrested or cited 270 times for trespassing. He has never been represented by a lawyer.
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 15
The Survivor’s Guilt of a New American Citizen
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 15
How a Mass Shooting Made My Town Advocates for Gun Safety
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 14
Florida Hotline Offers Immigrants A Lifeline via
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 14
This about so much more than a grocery walk. This is about so much more than grocery stores. It's about community ownership.
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 14
What do we want? HEALTHY FOOD! When do we want it? NOW!
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K. Travis Ballie Oct 14
75% of all food deserts in DC are in Wards 7 & 8, East of the River.
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 14
All these people, one store. Wards 7 & 8 deserve more!
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 14
Food justice in Ward 8!
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Cntr for Comm Change Oct 14
We need food alright! It's a human right!
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