Releases and Advisories

08.25.2017

 

In response to Gary Cohn’s interview and media reports, the Fed Up coalition issued the following statement:

"If Cohn wants to take a stand against racism and bigotry, he needs to resign and stop working for a white supremacist. The right thing for...

08.25.2017

NEW YORK -- The Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement from Co-Executive Director Ana María Archila in response to ...

08.16.2017

NEW YORK – Following news that President Trump would be disbanding several of his business councils following the resignations of a slew of corporate leaders, advocates claimed victory and demanded that companies associated with the Business Council explicitly disavow Trump’s...

08.12.2017

The Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement through Network President and Co-Executive Director Jennifer Epps-Addison:

“Though there should never be space for white supremacy in our country, today’s events in...

7.28.17

NEW YORK – In the wake of the early Friday morning Senate vote defeating repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), director of healthcare justice at Center for Popular Democracy, Jennifer Flynn,...

07.25.17

WASHINGTON D.C. – Dozens of constituents from across the country showed up at GOP senators’ homes on Tuesday morning chanting “kill the repeal, don’t kill us” ahead of a critical Senate...

07.19.17

WASHINGTON D.C. – In the largest demonstration against GOP efforts to kill the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to date, on Wednesday, July 19, more than 300 constituents from around the country, including patients with pre-existing conditions and health providers, occupied...

07.19.17

NEW YORK – In response to the White House’s creation and first meeting of the...

07.11.17

Humphrey Hawkins Preview: Who Will Defend the Full Employment Mandate?President Donald Trump has nominated to the Fed ...

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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.