Partnership Blog & News

Jamie Way | March 9, 2017

Today, the American Society of Civil Engineers' released their 2017 infrastructure report card. The United States again received an average grade of D+, holding steady but not improving since the last grade in 2013. Below is a statement from Partnership for Working Families Executive Director Nikki Fortunato Bas:

Jamie Way | March 1, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 1, 2017

Jamie Way | March 1, 2017

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Jamie Way | February 27, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 27, 2017

Ahead of Trump’s address in which he is expected to outline an infrastructure plan,

Jamie Way | February 15, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Partnership for Working Families Statement on Puzder's Defeat

NATIONAL – Today Donald Trump's nominee for Labor Secretary, Andrew Puzder, withdrew his candidacy after it became clear he would not be approved. His withdrawal is the result of mounting pressure from working people across the country, who urged their Senators to oppose the Hardee's and Carl's Jr. executive. Below is Partnership for Working Families Executive Director Nikki Fortunato Bas’ statement:

Jamie Way | February 15, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Partnership for Working Families Statement on Puzder's Defeat

NATIONAL – Today Donald Trump's nominee for Labor Secretary, Andrew Puzder, withdrew his candidacy after it became clear he would not be approved. His withdrawal is the result of mounting pressure from working people across the country, who urged their Senators to oppose the Hardee's and Carl's Jr. executive. Below is Partnership for Working Families Executive Director Nikki Fortunato Bas’ statement:

Jamie Way | January 23, 2017

Principles for Engaging Trump, Defending Human Rights, and Preventing Authoritarianism

Partnership for Working Families has signed on to the following principles and encourages you to join us.

Jamie Way | January 20, 2017

PRESS RELEASE

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.

Jamie Way | January 18, 2017
Jamie Way | January 13, 2017

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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