Bio: Catherine Bugayong is a Center for Community Change video communications fellow. Cat is a filmmaker, Trader Joe’s enthusiast and Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory student. She is no stranger to CCC, first joining the Center for Community Change Action in 2016 working as an organizer to get out the vote among Latinx voters. Then she joined the communications team working on multimedia. She is based in D.C.
As the gig economy continues to grow, how has it changed the way we think of work, the economy, and laborers? In this episode of “A Living Wage,” Catherine Bugayong […]Read More
Going out is such a special treat, and it’s a whole team of people that make this experience so enjoyable. In this episode of “A Living Wage,” I hit the […]Read More
Growing up, I was often asked to set the table for dinner. In our busy household, dinner was just about the only time we could have both parents and all […]Read More
In October, hotel workers from across the country began a strike demanding higher wages, better healthcare, job stability and a host of other concerns. Several of them came to visit […]Read More
I am one of the 7.6 million Americans who has to work multiple jobs. I work three jobs so that I can meet my living expenses, pay bills, have health […]Read More
Calling for an end to family detention, FIRM Action and CASA in Action united the voices of people from across the country in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. What is your […]Read More