Releases and Advisories

11.07.2017

NEW YORK - In response to the Trump administration’s announcement that it will end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for nearly 3,000 Nicaraguans and leave 57,000 Hondurans in limbo for another six months, the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) released the following statement...

10.31.2017

NEW YORK - In response to news that the New York City Council passed a significant expansion of its sanctuary policy today, the Center for Popular Democracy issued the following statement from Co-Executive Director Ana Maria Archila:

"Today the New...

Sen. Warren speaks to the crowd demanding Trump to “do his job” in the hurricane response and Congress to provide debt relief for Puerto Rico.

10.18.17

WASHINGTON, DC -- Today, for the first time, communities battered by Hurricanes Irma, Maria and Harvey came together at the U.S. Capitol to demand a #JustRecovery through a robust aid...

10.16.2017

NEW YORK – As Members of Congress are in their home districts this week, the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), a national network of community organizing groups, will hold a week of action in support of a clean Dream Act, with a slew...

10.12.17

NEW YORK – In response to Trump's Executive Order allowing the sale of healthcare plans that are flout the rules of the Affordable Care Act, Jennifer Flynn, Director of Healthcare Justice at Center for Popular Democracy, released the following statement:

“...

10.10.17

NEW YORK – The Center for Popular Democracy Action launched...

10.09.2017

NEW YORK - In response to the White House's release of draconian principles for an immigration reform bill, the Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement from Co-Executive Director Ana Maria Archila:

“The White House released a...

10.05.2017

NEW YORK - In response to news that California Governor Jerry Brown had signed Senate Bills 54 and 1289, legislation that would help California keep immigrants safe, Local Progress, a national network of progressive municipal elected officials, released the following statement...

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Nov 2016: During 2016, the Federal Reserve made an historic shift in how it makes the most important economic decisions in the country. For the first time they are taking into account low-income communities of color. For the past 100 years the Fed has been dominated by white, male, corporate executives who have cared little about building an economy that works for everyone.