To See Each Other, a new podcast hosted by George Goehl that complicates the narrative about rural Americans in our most misunderstood, and often abandoned, communities. George travels to Michigan, Iowa, New Jersey, North Carolina and Indiana to reveal how small town folks are working together in fights for everything from clean water and racial justice to immigration rights and climate change. Our belief: That when we see each other, we’ll understand that we can never give up on each other.
WE NEED A PEOPLE'S BAILOUT
Poor and working class people should not suffer due to the greed and neglect of powerful interests during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unfortunately, public officials propped up Wall Street and corporations first. The meager support for working class people is running out while the Senate does nothing.
We need a People’s Bailout NOW.
GROUNDBREAKING RURAL AND SMALL-TOWN ORGANIZING
Relief, Recovery, and Reimagination
The COVID-19 crisis makes it clear that our economic and political systems don’t take care of anyone but big corporations and the wealthy few–and that's just as true in rural America as it is in big cities.
As the organization running the largest progressive organizing project in the country, People's Action just released its vision for Relief, Recovery, and Reimagination for rural communities and small towns.
Canvassing That Works
People’s Action recently announced the dramatic results of an organizing experiment in small-town America, revealing that a new “deep canvassing” model can effectively counter the right’s use of strategic racism.
PEOPLE'S ACTION AND THE MOVEMENT FOR BLACK LIVES
People’s Action Endorses the Demands of M4BL
“People’s Action members believe that Black lives matter, and we are tired of police and public officials treating them like they are disposable. This vote by our directors puts us fully behind the Movement for Black Lives’ demands, including the demand to defund the police and invest in Black communities."
END THE OVERDOSE CRISIS NOW!
Now is the time to stand up and demand proven solutions from our politicians - like accessible healthcare, life-saving treatments, and harm reduction measures - to stop preventable overdose deaths, and to pull through the crisis by pulling together.
IN THE NEWS
What the Green New Deal Could Mean for Iowa | The New Republic