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NATIONAL – In the days building up to and following the election, thousands protested in more than a dozen cities across the country. From Los Angeles and Denver to New York and Atlanta, protesters declared their cities to be zones free from mass deportations and raids, registries, attacks on working people and corporate giveaways of public goods.
MEDIA ADVISORY FOR Jan. 14th – 21st 2017
Thousands Join More than a Dozen Protests to Declare Cities’ Resistance to Hateful & Divisive Policies
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Partnership for Working Families’ Statement of Support for the Standing Rock Water Protectors
NATIONAL – Partnership for Working Families stands in solidarity with the peaceful protesters at Standing Rock Camp in resisting Energy Transfer Partners’ Dakota Access Pipeline. Below is Partnership for Working Families Executive Director Nikki Fortunato Bas’ statement:
The following is a statement from Partnership for Working Families Executive Director Nikki Fortunato Bas:
Yesterday, like many of you, I grieved for our country and for those we hold dear. We now face a future in which our previous victories may be dismantled, while hatred and scapegoating of our communities become the norm.
Today Airbnb announced that it will crack down on professional landlords using the site to rent out multiple properties. Below is a statement from Partnership for Working Families Executive Director, Nikki Fortunato Bas:
On Monday of this week, Seattle's City Council voted to adopt a mandatory inclusionary housing policy.