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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."
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Microphones and recording devices gathered around a person
"The consequences of this decision—made by just 6 people on an increasingly illegitimate Supreme Court—will be devastating."
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Taifa Smith Butler
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Taifa and Joshua at the Poor People's March
Our nation’s leaders made Juneteenth a holiday—now it’s time they act on voting rights and economic justice for Black communities.
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Taifa Smith Butler
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Multiracial group holding hands
The Inclusive Democracy Project (IDP) convening brought together a community of Demos’ partners and leaders in the movement to share space and connect with each other.
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Taifa Smith Butler
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New Economy Project and Public Bank NYC Rally Photo
At a time when unchecked corporate profiteering masquerades as inflation, a proposed NYC public bank would center the interests of, and fund projects for, Black and Brown communities.
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Lebaron Sims
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Rusty water faucet
8 Years after Flint and more recently in Pittsburgh, we’re reminded of the dangers of water privatization and why we need to keep water as a public good.
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Daniella Zessoules
"Demos celebrates this moment and remains committed to continued work toward a Court that aligns with the ongoing project of building a multiracial, inclusive democracy."
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Taifa Smith Butler
Congress still has an opportunity to craft another legislative package and resuscitate crucial elements of the Build Back Better package.
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Daniella Zessoules
Organizers from the Texas Organizing Project (TOP) have been working to change the balance of power in the county to ensure a more equitable distribution of disaster funding, so that the people most impacted by climate change have the most say in how that funding is spent.
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Daniella Zessoules
Everything about this law is thoroughly anti-democratic and designed to silence Black and brown people as the number of Floridians of color who are eligible to vote increases.
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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