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By Robin Kniech, FRESC Campaign for Responsible Development Coordinator & Program Director
For the past year, the Coalition for Clean and Safe Ports (CCSP) has been fighting to fix the broken Port trucking system that has created a public health crisis in our community and poor working conditions for Port truck drivers. Environmental, faith, religious and community activists recently met with Oakland Port Executive Director Omar Benjamin and his staff to express their alarm over environmental and health problems caused by diesel pollution generated at the Port; sweats
By Murtaza Baxamusa, CPI Research and Policy Director
By Lisa Clauson, CLU Executive Director
On Thursday, February 7th, Working Partnerships USA released the final report of the Community Budget Working Group and presented it to officials from the City of San Jose.
Pittsburgh UNITED has brought attention to the need for a CBA around the new Pittsburgh Penguins hockey arena development in the Hill District and some of the gaps in the local development process through its recent actions – most notably the appeal of the Pittsburgh City Planning Commission’s decision to approve the arena master development plan. The events leading up to this decision and subsequent appeal are quite complex as illustrated in the timetable below:
By Eric Altman, OCCORD Executive Director
On Sunday, January 29, 2008, three hundred people braved what the Orange County Register describe
On Thursday, February 21, the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) joined the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor and its allies in rallying over 100 workers, activists and clergy at a meeting of the Los Angeles Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA).
There is tremendous movement being built in metro cities all across the country. Working people are energized about change, civically engaged in record numbers, and hopeful that 2008 will bring real economic prosperity and justice for all. Answering the call for change, our work continues to push the limits of what can be accomplished to alleviate poverty, build the middle class, and ultimately sh
By Kate O'Hara, EBASE Community Benefits Program Director