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Center for Popular Democracy Action Network Responds to End of Government Shutdown

01.25.2019

WASHINGTON, DC –- In response to President Trump’s announcement that he will approve a funding bill to temporarily reopen the government, the Center for Popular Democracy Action network released the following statements:

Ana Maria Archila, Co-Executive Director at the Center for Popular Democracy Action

CPD Action Network Responds to Trump Speech

01.19.2019

NEW YORK, NY –-  In response to President Donald Trump’s speech this evening attempting to compromise on the government shutdown by offering to keep Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for immigrants from some Latin American and African nations in exchange for border wall funding, organizations within the Center for Popular Democracy Action network released the following statements:

Ana María Archila, Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy Action said:

CPD Congratulates Philadelphia Fair Workweek Coalition

12.11.2018

PHILADELPHIA, PA –- In response to the passage of fair workweek legislation in Philadelphia, the Center for Popular Democracy released the following statement from Rachel Deutsch, Supervising Attorney for Worker Justice:

CPD Action Endorses Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of the House

11.21.2018

WASHINGTON, DC –- Heading into the 116th Congress with a Democratic House majority, Jennifer Epps-Addison, Co-Executive Director and Network President of Center for Popular Democracy Action (CPD Action) and leaders from grassroots organizations, released the following statements to endorse Nancy Pelosi for House Speaker.  

Blue Wave? More like Black and Brown Voter Wave

“The blue wave would not have been possible without record turnout from Black and Brown voters,” says Jennifer Epps-Addison Co-Executive Director of CPD Action

11.06.2018

WASHINGTON, DC – As the election counts come in and early reports show that Democrats took back the house and had significant gains on the state and local level, Jennifer Epps-Addison, Network President and Co-Executive Director at the Center for Popular Democracy Action released the following statement:

Statement from the Center for Popular Democracy Action

Regarding the tragic shooting this evening involving members of Good Jobs Now Electoral Organizing program 

 

Trump Escalates Cruel Attacks on People Seeking a Better Life

For Immediate Release

October 26, 2018

 

Press Contact:

Lia Weintraub, lweintraub@populardemocracy.org, 202-618-2482

Marlene Peralta, marlene.peralta@progressivecities.com,

646-601-4267

 

CPD Action Endorses Slate of Progressive Candidates

 

For Immediate Release:

October 24, 2018

Media Contact:

Lia Weintraub, lweintraub@populardemocracy.org, 202-618-2482

 

White House Action to Limit DC Protests

“We will continue to fight for the voice of the people, with the voice of the people.”

10.10.2018

Center for Popular Democracy Action on the Senate’s Vote to Confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

10.06.2018

WASHINGTON, DC -- After the Senate’s vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of the United States, Ana Maria Archila, Co-Executive Director of the Center for Popular Democracy Action released the following statement:

"Women have changed the course of history—and we’re just getting started. We exposed this sham process, and ignited a grassroots movement that will not be deterred.

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