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Houses flooded from Hurricane Harvey in Texas
Grassroots organizers in Texas offer a blueprint for cementing equity into local recovery efforts.
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Daniella Zessoules
This case study follows the Texas Organizing Project as it worked to build power and equity for working-class Black & Latino communities in greater Houston after Hurricane Harvey—ultimately implementing a winning 3-part inside-outside strategy. 
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"TOP’s success reflects what’s possible when people of color organize around what matters most to them and advocate for a seat at the table."
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"There is no time to waste in fully leveraging the federal agencies in protecting the fundamental right to vote.”
Press release
Laura Williamson
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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson with the White House and US Supreme Court in the background
Why the Senate should confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson without delay
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Taifa Smith Butler
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White House
We must not underestimate the progress and yet-untapped potential of this executive order.
Blog
Laura Williamson
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Detail view of the US Capitol east facade in the early morning sun.
Four executive and legislative actions President Biden should address in his speech
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Taifa Smith Butler
First Black Woman Nominated to Supreme Court in Historic Moment
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Taifa Smith Butler
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Our water campaign action with people holding signs
"Water is — and always should be — a public good. Cutting corners and endangering the public to deliver profits for a private corporation is the height of greed and disregard for the people’s well-being."
Press release
All of us — people of color especially — need our government to invest public dollars into our housing, our climate, our care, and our water. Community organizing is key to these efforts and to our collective safety and liberation.
Blog
Daniella Zessoules