We spotlight Akron-based Rev. Raymond Greene Jr. who used his direct sales skills and lessons from being incarcerated at a young age to become an organizer – ultimately heading Freedom BLOC’s fight to build Black political power.
In Concord, California, a plan to distribute grants to small businesses impacted by the pandemic didn’t apply to home-based businesses. So childcare providers and parents lobbied for an exception.
An interview with the director of ‘Storming Caesars Palace,’ and the daughter of the film’s star, on some of the most important Civil Rights activists you didn’t know about.
Immigrant rights policy director Pratik Dash found a home in using the microphone as a megaphone.
The coalition had a hardline: They would not compromise on labor or efficiency standards or on ensuring the new housing would serve those who needed it most.
Skyrocketing rents and discrimination against those with housing vouchers can make people feel powerless. But there’s organizing power in lived experience.
Grassroots groups across the country secured millions for affordable housing, child care, tax credits and other priorities.
Grassroots Partners Come Together to Celebrate Big Wins There have been major wins amongst the partners over the past year, such as SPACEs in Action’s $15.8 million win for Birth…
Last year, cancer patient and Nevada resident Laura Packard asked her U.S. Senator why he was willing to sacrifice her life for corporate tax breaks. In a public event in…
trigger warning: death, gun violence This year, February 14th fell on both Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday. The scene here in Las Vegas showed people in the streets with ashes…