The music video for “Poder del Pueblo” is a love letter to the Columbia Heights, D.C. neighborhood the band is named after and the organizing work Community Change continues to lead.
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Through the lens of a crucial question—what does a feminist world look like?—Maris shares the wishes she has for her mom, her sister, herself, and every woman in the fight to make our communities one in which we can all thrive.
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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.
A week or so before Mother’s Day, President Biden unveiled a sweeping 1.8 trillion plan to expand educational opportunities and child care for families, funded in part by the largest…
The COVID 19 pandemic has hit the average working American pretty hard, and for those who were living at or below poverty level pre-pandemic, this had been a devastating year….
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 “new normal.”
“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…
The way we tell stories colors how we remember our own experiences and eventually the longer history of how we fit in society. Repeating these stories leaves a mark on…