Transit-Oriented Development in the Platinum Triangle Serves as Catalyst for Community Action

December 18, 2009 -- OCCORD

For years, the planning process in Anaheim has excluded the voices of low income, immigrant communities. As a result, Anaheim’s working families find themselves trapped in a perpetual cycle of poverty, as elected officials fail to address their concerns.

Learning Green Skills on the Path to Middle-Class Careers

December 18, 2009 -- Center on Policy Initiatives

CPI released a report in September linking quality apprenticeship programs in the building trades to the future of California's green economy and economic recovery.

The report, Construction Apprenticeship Programs: Career Training for California's Recovery, demonstrates that apprenticeship training is most effective when run collaboratively by labor and management.

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Moving Forward!

December 18, 2009 -- Leslie Moody

What a year it has been! Across our network, Partners are bringing communities together to fight for real change, and scaling up to effect major policy changes to improve the lives of thousands of workers and their families. Time and again we are realigning our regions around a shared, big picture vision: that by lifting up workers, communities and the environment together we can achieve shared prosperity and sustainability for our cities and country.

Building a New Weatherization Program in Wisconsin

September 30, 2009 -- Citizen Action of Wisconsin Educati...

by Pam Fendt, GJLN Coordinator

The Good Jobs and Livable Neighborhoods Project of Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund is working with the Wisconsin Laborers District Council and the Laborers Great Lakes Region Organizing Committee on a campaign to shape Wisconsin’s expanded weatherization program.

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