As the economic crisis driven by COVID-19 unfolded, child care providers began recounting its effects on our facebook page, Childcare Changemakers. Building off these reports, we developed a survey to capture the pandemic’s impact on the child care providers sharing their stories in this venue.
A resource created for our partners, read the facts about the types of relief that is provided in the CARES Act.
As the Democratic Presidential field winnows down and we head into the early caucus and primary states, voters will increasingly focus their attention on the issues that shape their lives and cast their votes accordingly. The last year has put into sharper focus the emerging politics of access to affordable and quality child care and to the movement powering the issue at the local, state, and federal levels. Now is the time for bold action on child care and early childhood education. Take a look at our “Case for Child Care” memo to see how we plan to achieve it.
Over the past two years, we have led the Center for Community Change and the Center for Community Change Action (CCC/A) through a period of extraordinary turmoil in our country. We campaigned to defend immigrant communities and protect the social safety net, won positive changes on jobs, child care, and housing at the state and local level …
In 2016, The Center for Community Change Action and the Immigrant Voters Win PAC targeted over 700,000 low-propensity Latino and Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) voters in Nevada, Colorado and Florida.
The Anti-Discrimination Provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) The U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division has an office dedicated to ensuring that employers are not discriminating against work-authorized individuals based on their national origin or immigration status. It is unlawful to fire or refuse to hire certain workers because of where they […]
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This document seeks to help educators, including School Superintendents, as they work to ensure immigrant students’ right to an education is not undermined by federal immigration enforcement efforts.
Presidential Candidate Governor Martin O’Malley addresses FIRM Summit members at a forum held on November 8.