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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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Defocused business people in the office lobby
People's Action and Demos have teamed up to call out the bad corporate actors who are spending big to stop President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda—and subverting the will of the people in the process.
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Sondra Youdelman
Daniella Zessoules
"This agreement to bring the state of Kansas back into compliance with the National Voter Registration Act is a win for the residents of Kansas, who will now have more access to voter registration and greater opportunity to vote and enjoy full participation in the democratic process."
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New Report Exposes Corporate Push to Derail Popular, Progressive Provisions in $3.5T Budget Package
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“The actions outlined today are a good start and, with additional consultation, creative thinking, and commitments, have the potential to transform how and where people register to vote all across America."
Press release
Laura Williamson
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"Vote Here" sign in the grass in front of a polling station
President Biden's Executive Order on Promoting Access to Voting requires federal agencies to submit plans to the White House on how they can promote voter registration for eligible persons they serve.
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Shruti Banerjee
Laura Williamson
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Line of people waiting to vote
Congress must act swiftly to advance this pro-democracy legislation. The Freedom To Vote Act is a significant structural voting rights reform package that advances racial equity and moves us toward an inclusive democracy.
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Laura Williamson
State and local governments must commit to ensuring that communities of color can influence and impact the political process by maintaining an open and accessible redistricting process to all members of diverse communities.
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"Central to the work of racial justice is ensuring that Black and brown, our most marginalized communities, our most marginalized residents of this country, have access to the ballot."
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Lauren Gambino
"In addition to the For the People Act and D.C statehood, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act is a critical democracy reform bill that will move us toward that ideal. The Senate must now do what it takes to take up and pass this critical bill.”
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Taifa Smith Butler and Heather McGhee on A Woman's Worth Banner
A commitment to paying Black women what we’re worth isn’t just about money. It’s about making sure we—and our communities—have a seat at the table.
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Taifa Smith Butler