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Becoming Civically Engaged

by Topacio Marrero

…the New Florida Majority. There, we are a group of like-minded people discussing community issues and work together on finding solutions with community members. Being a part of these groups…

Afro-Dominicans Dismantling Anti-Blackness

by Topacio Marrero

…I’m proud to see my community joining together to demand change. I can’t say I feel the same pride when I enter certain Dominican spaces. Time and time again I’m…

the Other Pandemic

by Maya Boddie

…department handled the situation in the “least transparent and most aggravating way possible.” Local activists like Marijuana Justice founder, Chelsea Higgs Wise, has advocated for community control for years. “We’re…

Because…

by Ayanna Albertson

…resources in their community. I only thought of myself, not even realizing that I, too, am affected. Now that I am older, a part of the working class, and more…

This year, be a child care voter, our future depends on it

by Sharisse Tracey

…cover the expense. We as parents want our children to flourish, and in turn our communities will prosper. Hence, as a community, we must support affordable, high quality, accessible and…

End the militarization of police and use of force against people, just like Barr wrongly did

by Community Change Action

…Gray. All Black individuals who were assassinated by police forces without consequences. Community Change was born into the heartbreak that followed the death of Kennedy as his living legacy to…

Americans Are Ready to Make Housing for All a Reality

by Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

…have been facing. There is a national desire to radically rethink housing. Findings recently collected by Community Change for a Housing Justice Narrative Initiative show a vast commitment to major…

“They’re killing me. I can’t breathe.”

by Sharisse Tracey

…mask. Juxtaposed with a nearby neighborhood of Hasidic Jewish people gathered by the hundreds, many unmasked for a funeral to bury a beloved member of their community who received a…

The Other Pandemic

by Maya Boddie

…breaking point for this country. Many people in power stood by while Black and Brown communities suffered thousands of deaths brought upon by COVID-19. Bands of activists and community members…

The Lynching Era Still Isn’t Over

by Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

…hands until we pass an anti-lynching bill and re-imagine what public safety looks like for all of us.   Darryl Lorenzo Wellington is a Communications Fellow at Community Change.  …

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