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People's Action on George Floyd Murder

“Public officials cannot be allowed to wait until people are protesting in the streets before they take action. There’s no excuse for the do-nothing responses of public officials in the face of white supremacist violence against black communities. We saw it in the case of Ahmaud Arbery’s murder before the video of that killing went viral online, and we saw it again here."

Read the full statement.

Act NOW to stand against police violence.

MEET PEOPLE'S ACTION

We are a national network of state & local grassroots power-building organizations united in fighting for justice.

41 organizations
28 states
1 network

Our North Star
is our shared vision
for a just future

The Next Move: A People's Action Podcast

On The Next Move, we’re talking about building the future we want out of this moment of darkness. This podcast will describe the society we want to build out of the wreckage–and map out how we’ll build it together. 

This Week: Maurice Mitchell

The pandemic has merged with this incredible moment of uprising, creating an opening to win real structural change for Black lives now. 

This week, George Goehl talks with Maurice Mitchell, National Director of The Working Families Party and the co-founder of Blackbird, an anchor organization within the Movement for Black Lives.

 

COVID19 Crisis

Join our call for strong responses to the coronavirus pandemic.

PEOPLE &
PLANET
FIRST

HOUSING
JUSTICE
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HEALTH
CARE FOR
ALL

FREE
COLLEGE
FOR ALL

Protect, Repair, Invest, Transform

We are at a critical moment to make a down payment on a Regenerative Economy, while laying the groundwork for preventing future crises.

A People’s Orientation to a Regenerative Economy offers community groups, policy advocates, and policymakers a pathway to solutions that work for frontline communities and workers.

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Building a Movement in Rural America

Our report, "Win Rural: How to Build a Progressive Populist Political Movement in Rural and Small-Town America," provides a path towards a new “great majority” -- multiracial, working class communities across rural, small-town, suburban and urban areas.

Media Coverage

"One of the gifts of the People's Action report is that it is based on more than 115,000 conversations in 15 states with actual rural voters...[R]ural voters emerge a bit from the haze of caricature and turn out to be a rather complex, diverse and politically-moveable lot." Read the full story at In These Times.