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Reinvestment

Black and brown communities in the US have endured decades of systematic racial and economic injustice, and public and private disinvestment, resulting in high unemployment and concentrated poverty. By uniting them and unleashing their skills, talents, and enterprise, revitalization can finally take place in those areas and for those people that are struggling most.

The Reinvestment Campaign works with local partners to secure community-controlled funds for the highest-unemployment and lowest-wage neighborhoods to create new, family-supporting jobs and turbocharge economies by rebuilding infrastructure and focusing on critical areas, such as improving community health, reducing pollution and advancing public transportation.

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Prince Was The Only Person Who Defined Himself

Originally published on the Huffington Post.  Last night, my 12-year-old son was in his room reading and listening to music.…

What do you do when you can’t afford childcare? You get creative.

Written by Center for Community Change Writing Fellow Stephanie Land. Originally posted on the Washington Post. At the start of…

Black Lives Matter Less Even in Drug Addiction

Originally published on the Huffington Post.  A heroin needle. Photo credits to Wheeler Cowperthwaite via Flickr Creative Commons. Even when…

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Field Organizer Job Openning

Community Change (CCC) is seeking two dynamic, experienced organizers to help launch and build a new body of economic justice work that utilizes the reinvestment frame to explicitly lift up generational racialized wealth stripping in Black communities while calling for large investment and jobs in poor communities and communities of color.

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