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CENTER FOR POPULAR DEMOCRACY ACTION DECRIES GOVERNMENT NEGLIGENCE IN PUERTO RICO IN THE AFTERMATH OF HURRICANE FIONA

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 19, 2022

Contact: danielle@newheightscommunications.com 

CENTER FOR POPULAR DEMOCRACY ACTION DECRIES GOVERNMENT NEGLIGENCE IN PUERTO RICO IN THE AFTERMATH OF HURRICANE FIONA

 

SAN JUAN, P.R. – As Puerto Rico begins to recover from the impact of Hurricane Fiona this morning, Julio López Varona, Co-Chief of Campaigns at the Center for Popular Democracy Action (CPD/A), released the following statement: 

CPD Action Endorses Progressive Candidates in Delaware

Brooklyn, NY -- Today, the Center for Popular Democracy Action (CPD Action)—a national network of more than 50 community organizing groups across the country—announced their endorsement of Shané Darby and Coby Owens for Wilmington, Delaware’s city council. 

The network has committed to building power in local and state races across the country. The pathway to remove Trump from office and scrub his legacy of hateful policies starts on the ground following the lead of progressive champions like our partners, Delaware Alliance for Community Advancement. 

CPD Action Endorses Progressive Candidates in Florida

Brooklyn, NY -- Today, the Center for Popular Democracy Action (CPD Action)—a national network of more than 50 community organizing groups across the country—announced their endorsement of Guerdy Remy for State Senate in Florida’s 9th district, Andrew Darling for Orange County Sheriff, and Monique Worrell for State Attorney in the 9th circuit.

CPD Action Endorses Progressive Candidates in Vermont

“We Need Advocates at Every Level of Government to Put People Before Profits”

Trump Moves to Evade DACA, We Will Move to Vote Him Out

Brooklyn, New York -- Yesterday, the Trump administration issued a memorandum laying the groundwork for eliminating the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The memorandum instructs the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to reject initial DACA applications and limit DACA renewals to one year instead of two years, among other provisions. In response, the Center for Popular Democracy Action released the following statement from Co-Executive Director, Ana Maria Archila.

Americans Mobilize Across the Country to Reject Trump’s Acquittal 

As Republicans vote to acquit Trump, nationwide protests call out cover up of Trump’s crimes 

*Livestream recording*

*See the mobilizations map and sign up page at rejectthecoverup.org

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