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National Voter Registration Day is officially endorsed by National Association of Secretaries of State!

The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) passed a five year resolution, the longest their by-laws allow, declaring the fourth Tuesday of September National Voter Registration Day. Bipartisan endorsement from NASS, the nation’s top election officers, ensures that this...

DIGITAL FUNDRAISING AND ENGAGEMENT: WHAT DO SOCIAL JUSTICE NONPROFITS NEED?

Download Report: Digital Fundraising and Engagement: What Do Social Justice Nonprofits Need? When it comes to philanthropy, social change is often mentioned as one of the most powerful indicators of impact there is. Yet investments in helping nonprofits achieve that goal are still woefully...

Oakland Schools Approve Policy to Limit Police Role

The Black Organizing Project (BOP) and its allies recently secured a new policy to limit the role and presence of law enforcement in schools after nearly two years of negotiations with the Oakland Unified School District. The new policy stipulates that no police officer or security...

Momentum and Opportunity for Boys and Men of Color

Please join us in Oakland at A Gathering of Leaders on Tuesday, June 17th from 3:00 pm to 4:15 pm, or via the web http://www.agatheringofleaders.org for a live stream of “Room for Debate: Facing Tensions Within Our Movement” for an honest, constructive conversation about the tensions...

Columbus Schools to End Suspensions for Truancy

More than 3,500 interdenominational members and clergy from 50+ congregations in BREAD (Building Responsibility Equality and Dignity) won the commitment from the new Columbus, Ohio Superintendent to end the use of out-of-school suspensions for truancy in the 2014-15 school year and to expand...

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