The Trump presidency, like a monster hurricane, is doing unprecedented damage to our democracy and to our progress toward being a nation that is more equitable and fair.
Donald Trump has unapologetically poured fuel on the fires of racial hate. What this moment calls for is a resistance that is as morally principled and politically strategic as it is fierce.
Is the anti-Trump resistance evolving into a movement that produces leaders with a mandate to govern with a progressive, grassroots-based agenda? We are seeing evidence that the answer will be a resounding “yes.”
President Trump is resurrecting an old lie about immigration to feign concern about black unemployment, even as his administration actively assaults the very dignity of African American people.
The Trump administration wants to keep you from joining others to challenge wrong or unfair charges to your bank and credit-card accounts. Now’s the time to stand up, and here’s how you can join the fight to defend this right.
Dozens of current and prospective political candidates at the People’s Summit in Chicago prepared to build upon the opposition to the Trump administration and drive toward taking real governing power.
The Los Angeles City Attorney says the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was key to holding Wells Fargo accountable during the bank’s massive fake accounts scandal. Now is the time to stand up to the GOP’s assault against the agency.
The “Roadmap for the Resistance” is virtually a point-by-point rebuke of Trump administration policies and offers plans for completing the work of economic recovery that has been thwarted by Republican-imposed fiscal austerity.
Fifty grassroots activists will pledge to run for political office in 2017 and beyond, during a climactic session of the People’s Action’s inaugural convention in Washington on Monday that will feature Sen. Bernie Sanders.
As the House Budget Committee voted to make health care more expensive and less accessible for millions of Americans, activists gathered outside the hearing room to make sure Congress saw their opposition.