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April 24, 2018 3:51 am Nadia Eldemerdash

Saving Nevada’s water from climate change impact: Eldemerdash

The piece was published originally in the Reno Gazette Journal. Living in the desert, water is always on our minds – how to stay hydrated, how to manage it and…

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Reno: Do we want to be the new Silicon Valley?

Cassandra Little

Last month, I went to San Francisco with a group of friends to see a musical. While the play was… ...

Saving Nevada’s water from climate change impact: Eldemerdash

Nadia Eldemerdash

The piece was published originally in the Reno Gazette Journal. Living in the desert, water is always on our minds… ...

What’s Next for the March for Our Lives Movement?

Karl Catarata

Exactly one month ago, the world watched as Americans took to the streets to march for their lives and demand… ...

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The Austin Bomber case shows we are quick to label POCs, but not whites, when they do wrong

The citizens of Austin were terrorized by a series of bombings that left two people dead, and injuring others. The suspect ultimately blew… ...

Ideas of MLK, RFK still needed today

When President Lyndon B. Johnson launched the War on Poverty in 1964, his audacious goal was to end poverty in the richest country in the world by our bicentennial in 1976. Four years later, assassins killed two of the most powerful voices of this movement, and with them, our nation’s commitment to ending poverty. ...

Happy Birthday, CCC!

The Center for Community Change turns 50 this year! The staff and extended family of CCC have special birthday messages for the organization that is facing a major milestone in transformational change. These wishes come from the change-makers who are building power in our communities, and injecting new energy into the movement. Join us in celebrating the years of change ahead! #CCCat50 ...

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A Year of Fighting for our Families and Friends

The Center for Community Change, in its work with the Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM), has been standing steadfast against attacks against our family and friends. Even in the face of Trump’s non-stop barrage of hateful immigration policies, FIRM and its members did not hide in the shadows. FIRM members showed up countless times this year at rallies, at Congressional offices, held hunger strikes and never let their voices be silenced. And we are determined to continue to push forward in the year ahead.

CCC/CCCA Communications Fellows Tell The Stories That Make Change

FellowsVideoJanuary 29, 2018 3:36 pm

CCC celebrates 50 years: Change is coming for the next 50 years

At the center of our stories is change. Some change, we decide for ourselves ...

ccc50December 10, 2017 11:32 am

Raising their voices at the Latin Grammy Awards with Alejandro Sanz for #DreamActNow

30 young leaders came together at The Latin Grammys to spotlight the urgent need for the Dream Act.

DREAM ActImmigrationLatinosDecember 11, 2017 5:00 am
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