Stewart Acuff

Jul 29

Fast Food Workers Vote to Take Civil Disobedience Action

A convention of 1300 fast food workers just met outside Chicago, Illinois determined to lift their campaign for liveable wages of at least $15 from the minimum wages and poverty wages they make now. In

Feb 11

Lifting Up Our Highest Moral and Constitutional Values

Rev. William Barber, the originator and leader of Moral Mondays in North Carolina said, “We must not allow the extremists to occupy the moral and constitutional high ground. We must lift up our highest

Jan 28

Dr. King and the Assault on Public Employees in Pennsylvania

As we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s life and struggle, we learn that we must re-fight some of the same struggle in Pennsylvania. Dr. King lived and died for social and racial justice, equality and

Jan 14

Organizing to Create Social Change

We’ve talked a lot in this space about the abomination of income and wealth inequality, the shrinking of the middle class, and the loss of opportunity for the poor. There are two recent, even immediate,

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