April 12, 2013
Mayoral Candidate John Liu, UFT President Michael Mulgrew, Elected Officials and Students Demand End to Racial Disparities in School Suspensions and Arrests Amid Growing Outrage Against Mayor... Keep reading »
March 4, 2013
Calls for Congress to Implement Positive Approaches in Response to Gun Violence and Address the Impact of School Safety Policies on Youth of Color Washington, DC - On Monday, March 4 at 4pm a... Keep reading »
February 28, 2013
Social Justice Initiatives Visitor Catherine Albisa '89 Explains How Natural Disasters Can Highlight the Continuing Plight of Underserved Communities Keep reading »
January 10, 2013
(MONTPELIER, Vermont) – Three hundred members of the Put People First movement packed an overflowing State House room yesterday to send one unified message to legislators: the people are leading the... Keep reading »
December 12, 2012
SENATE HEARING ON ENDING THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE SHOWS NEED FOR FEDERAL ACTION TO REFORM SCHOOL DISCIPLINE AND ADDRESS RACIAL DISPARITY POSITIVE DISCIPLINE APPROACHES SHOULD REPLACE SUSPENSION... Keep reading »
December 10, 2012
Burlington, VT -- As people across the United States and world commemorate International Human Rights Day today, the Healthcare Is a Human Right Campaign is releasing a financing plan for Vermont’s... Keep reading »
December 7, 2012
MONTPELIER, Vermont – The Put People First Campaign presented a proposal today to Secretary of Administration Jeb Spaulding and Finance Commissioner Jim Reardon, for moving toward a state budget... Keep reading »
December 7, 2012
Human Rights Day Protest at the Border Fence (EL PASO, Texas) – This Monday, December 10 will mark the 64th annual International Human Rights Day. Celebrations and demonstrations are scheduled across... Keep reading »
December 6, 2012
On Saturday, December 15, the United Workers will host the launching of the new statewide campaign “Healthcare Is a Human Right Maryland.” Local chapters have already been formed in Baltimore City... Keep reading »
November 16, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Shoshi Chowdhury, Dignity in Schools Campaign-NY, 347-832-8391 shoshi@nesri.org Jennifer Carnig, New York Civil Liberties Union, 845-553-0349, jcarnig@nyclu.org New... Keep reading »

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