Partnership Blog & News

Leslie Moody | June 27, 2008

This Land is Our Land

The history of privatization of our public resources in this country is shameful and shortsighted.  Whether maintaini

Partnership for Working Families | June 27, 2008

By Garden State Alliance for a New Economy

The Garden State Alliance for a New Economy (GANE) is off to a running start, raising job, housing and community participation issue

Community Labor United | June 27, 2008

Community Labor United (CLU) is currently supporting the Boston Taxi Drivers Association (BTDA), affiliate of the United Steel Workers, in their push for a living wage for taxi drivers by joining the campaign and putting out a report on the cabbie’s dire situation.

Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy | May 18, 2008

In April, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to approve a landmark policy that ensures that low income workers and their communities benefit from the construction jobs created by city redevelopment projects.

Leslie Moody | May 18, 2008

Our Movement is Growing!  And Go Pittsburgh!

Many of you joined us at the Good Jobs First conference in Baltimore for two packed days of CB

FRESC | May 18, 2008

April 14th marked the latest Campaign for Responsible Development (CRD) action that included a rally and march around City Hall and the delivery of more than 1,800 postcards calling on the Mayor of Denver to ensure that community benefits are a part of the redevelopment of Union Station, the city’s regional light rail and transit hub.  More than 130 supporters participated in the action.  The passionate words of grassroots leaders were captured in 

Citizen Action of Wisconsin Educati... | May 18, 2008

By Pam Fendt, GJLN Executive Director

East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable... | May 18, 2008

By Kate O’Hara, EBASE Community Benefits Program Director

Pittsburgh UNITED | May 18, 2008

By Tom Hoffman, Pittsburgh UNITED Executive Director

Working Partnerships USA | May 18, 2008

Last month, community, labor and faith leaders came together to call for the City of San Jose to assure that it is truly building a better airport – by ensuring a living wage, establishing increased oversight of subcontractors, and guaranteeing the highest quality, most skilled employees serving the airport’s millions of annual passengers.

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