At the People's Action Hometown Rising Town Hall, Rep. Keith Ellison and other champions from across the country shared our stories and strategy for taking on new dangers to our health care from GOP budget and tax proposals.
African immigrants are one of the fastest growing immigrant communities in New York City. Africans not only enrich existing communities, but add their energy and creativity to help emerging communities prosper.
Can President Donald J. Trump and the Republicans actually govern? As we near the 100th day mark the answer has been a loud “no” so far. Republicans will once again try for high-profile wins, but may run into brick walls.
Sen. Bernie Sanders joined 72 grassroots candidates from across the country in Washington, D.C. as they pledged to put people and the planet first when they run for office on the "Rise Up" platform developed by People's Action members.
Now is a moment that calls for a radical imagination of what’s possible. We know direct action and taking the crisis to the doorstep of the people who created it not only transforms relations of power, but transforms the human spirit.
Barack Obama’s stature will only grow in the rearview mirror. We already miss his dignity, his grace, and intelligence. Trump may be intent on repealing everything Obama accomplished, but he will inevitably ennoble him in the process.
Fifty grassroots activists will pledge to run for political office in 2017 and beyond, during a climactic session of the People's Action's inaugural convention in Washington on Monday that will feature Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Polls show the public likes President Trump's plan to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure. That's because they think he actually plans to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure. He doesn't. Not hardly. Not by a long shot. In fact...