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Nissa Tzun

Waking Up to an Ambien Nightmare – Residuum, Episode 3

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 […]

Jiquanda Johnson

Flint teen Keishaun Wade on voting for the first time

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 […]

Jiquanda Johnson

Was it worse in the ’60s or now? “Now,” says Jane Fonda

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 […]

Non-Negotiable—What’s At Stake for Black Women?

With 31% of African American women, ages 15-41, currently enrolled in Medicaid, the need for stable healthcare is non-negotiable.

Why Does Unity Matter Right Now?

It’s a moment in history where we’ll look back and ask ourselves, “What did I do?”

Cristina Rayas

Introducing Dorian Warren as Next CCC President

“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.”

Karl Catarata

Searching for Sustainable Safety, On School Campuses and Beyond

Everyone in our community deserves to feel safe. Hear some from students at UNLV as they describe how they feel safe on their campus.

Happy Birthday, CCC!

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 […]

A Year of Fighting for our Families and Friends

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 […]

No more #EmptyPlatesEmptyPromises

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 […]

SNAP works and so should Congress

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, […]

Jeremiah Chapman

Tundra: Episode 2.5

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.

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