Sarah Capdeville of Missoula, Montana discusses her concerns about extended federally funded unemployment benefits ending and what that means for people looking for safe working conditions during a pandemic.
Sarah Capdeville of Missoula, Montana describes her experiences and concerns around unemployment benefits during the pandemic as a person with chronic illness.
Through this pandemic, we held each other up while amplifying the leaders that spoke with the conviction of their lived experiences – voices demanding lasting change and building a better […]
When their lives cannot be held in our hands, artist tributes carry the stories beyond the loss of our loved ones
“Water Slipping Through Our Fingers” showcases the personal stories of those directly impacted by police violence in Las Vegas, Nevada. The intention was to create a space to memorialize their […]
This is a moment of celebration, hope, and history — and this milestone was made possible by the millions of people of color, especially Black & immigrant voters, who helped get them there.
Housing is essential for all of us. This year, we are facing a new stage in our decades-long housing crisis. Now, more than ever, we are having unprecedented national conversations […]
Our American tradition is steeped in fighting for our essentials and demanding a chance for all families to thrive. Our history is packed with moments of rising together and standing […]
This election season, we need to stand up for and with each other more than ever. Nevada’s criminal legal system has been failing the state’s residents for decades. But there […]
The COVID-19 public health crisis has made it impossible to ignore the deep, structural flaws in the rules that govern our economy. Although all of us participate in the creation […]
Families who have lost loved ones in police interactions with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police recorded testimonies and submitted them to the Nevada State Legislature during the 32nd Special Session that […]
For the last several months, COVID-19 has upended all of our lives. For centuries, systemic racism and police violence remains a grave problem in America. In the wake of this […]
Every single state has stood in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, recognizing we are overdue on confronting our racist systems in the United States. Take a look at […]
On Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled with a 5-4 decision that Trump’s attempt to terminate DACA was unlawful, inspiring hope in a generation of young undocumented individuals who say #HomeIsHere. […]
Some families in Las Vegas know the irreversible pain of losing a loved one to police brutality. In solidarity with protests across the country that have sparked from the recent […]
Community Change Action organizer Mike Griffin has called Minneapolis home for 16 years. And this week, when George Floyd, a Black man, was killed in police custody, the city’s racial […]
What does it look like when we center the leadership of directly impacted women? See for yourself! Community Change is building #PowerfromtheGroundUp with forceful agents of change through our Women’s […]
At the onset of the novel coronavirus outbreak, healthcare workers were among the first to take action. These medical professionals were also among the first to report the capacity and […]
But quarantine won’t stop change. In this moment of ugliness, people all over the world are responding. Despite being isolated in our homes, there is a collective movement building digitally.
We are powerful, especially when united together. Ahead of Black History Month and the 2020 elections, Community Change Communications Fellows Jamal Meneide and Ayanna Albertson created a call to action […]
We ended 2019 celebrating with Lorella Praeli, our new President of Community Change Action and Vice President of Community Change, as she was named one of the 20 Women of […]
In 2019, Community Change and Community Change Action built #PowerFromtheGroundUp in almost every state with more than 100 grassroots groups, so we all have a voice to be agents of […]
All children in our country should feel safe and welcomed in their school environment so they can grow into their full potential. Unfortunately, the experiences many Black girls have in […]
Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the termination of DACA to decide to uphold the program, or jeopardize the future of millions of immigrant families. In this […]
In contrast to our usual reporting on the impact of police homicide, this piece is narrated by Terry Rogaczewski, who survived a police shooting gone wrong. After Las Vegas Metropolitan […]
Keishaun Wade, 18, of Flint is thrilled to be able to vote Nov. 6. The way he sees it, it’s a way of creating the kind of leadership and decision-making […]
Jane Fonda comes to Flint Actress and longtime activist Jane Fonda came to Southwestern Classical Academy in Flint recently to urge voters to take action. That city’s water woes have […]
“Who am I? I am just a kid from the south side of Chicago… A weird, long-suffering Cubs fan who grew up walking picket lines with my mother who was a public school teacher.”
The Center for Community Change turns 50 this year! The staff and extended family of CCC have special birthday messages for the organization that is facing a major milestone in […]
The Center for Community Change, in its work with the Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM), has been standing steadfast against attacks targeting our family and friends. Even in the face […]
More than 60 mom, dads, seniors and people with disabilities delivered empty plates to the Washington, D.C. office of Texas House Rep. Mike Conaway, author of the Farm Bill, to […]
WASHINGTON D.C.— The Center for Community Change hosted a partners and leaders convening to discuss strategies and to develop collective actions opposing the harmful cuts proposed in the Farm Bill, […]
Explorations in Black takes place in Harlem & Brooklyn, NY. This episode is partially shot in the Schomburg Center for Black Research and features images from The Harlem Renaissance & Black Power Movement. CCC Fellow Jeremiah Chapman uses creative storytelling to bring light to the issues Blacks face with access to affordable housing.