THE NEXT MOVE
The Next Move, a podcast hosted by George Goehl, asks a seemingly simple question: what is organizing? Getting the answer right matters, especially right now.
In Season Two, George digs in with eight top organizers, including Alicia Garza of the Black Futures Lab and Stephen Roberson, organizing director of Community Voices Heard, building on his Season One conversations with folks like the Movement For Black Lives' Maurice Mitchell and author Heather McGhee.
AN END TO CHILD POVERTY IS WHERE WE START
The Child Tax Credit, which sends families as much as $300 per child every month, can cut child poverty in half. That's why it should be permanent. But it's only the start of what we can do together.
People's Action demands Congress create millions of good-paying, sustainable jobs and resist attempts to weaken President Biden's $4.7 trillion effort to #BuildBackBetter.
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.
MEET PEOPLE'S ACTION
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."
GEORGE GOEHL TO STEP DOWN AS DIRECTOR
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