Black-led Labor Organizers Discuss Challenges and Tactics of Black Worker Organizing in the Trump Era at State of Black Workers in America Conference
The Institute for Policy Studies held its 3rd State of Black Workers in America Conference at historic Howard University.
Day-long conference to feature panels discussing most innovative organizing led by Black workers in the U.S. in the Trump era
In honor of the mothers nation-wide struggling for justice for their incarcerated or formerly incarcerated children
Political attack against renewables to ignore billions in polluter welfare.
This report compiles existing state models for Renewable Portfolio Standards expansion and distributed solar access to low-income communities to create best practices for RPS legislation that can be replicated around the country.
U.S. Anti-war, Climate Justice, Racial Justice, Women's, Immigrant Rights, Economic Justice Movement Leaders All Oppose Trump’s $54 Billion Increase in Pentagon Budget
The broad-based #No$54BillionforWar Campaign includes city-based resolutions against increased military spending
A new report analyzes the cost of removing Obamacare limits on the tax deductibility of executive compensation, based on pay data at the top 5 insurers.
IPS to host panel on conditions that have created Cameroon’s Internet refugees.
Trump Would Benefit From His Tax Reform Proposal
NDWA and IPS Report Reveals Link Between Immigration Enforcement and Human Trafficking, With Stories and Solutions From Survivors
The Beyond Survival report found that among 110 reported cases of domestic worker trafficking, 78% of survivors were threatened with deportation if they reported abuse
Labor trafficking survivors and workers rights organizers will discuss findings from Beyond Survival and impact of Trump administration on labor rights
A new report calculates the gap in retirement assets between the top 100 CEOs and all African-American, Latino, female-headed, and white working class households.
Experts available for comment on the nation’s first tax penalty for extreme CEO-worker pay gaps.
Now is the time to speak out. From affordable housing to child care, we want to hear your thoughts on how to make Detroit better for all of us.
IPS’ new project explores how the economic security of women and families should influence Detroit’s economic development plans
Concentrated Giving by Wealthy Donors along with Falling Donations by Non-Wealthy Pose Risks to Independent Sector and Civil Society
After Seven Years and Millions of Dollars, Decision Announced in Pac Rim Mining Company vs. El Salvador
Coalition of Groups State “There Are No Winners," Investor-State Arbitration Subverts Democracy
Help us spread the word about our latest report, "Combat Vs. Climate: The Military and Climate Security Budgets Compared"
The report found that although the U.S. military identifies climate change as an urgent national security threat, it spends 28 times more on traditional military security.
Memorial events to include a ceremony with Chilean President Bachelet, who will receive a final tranche of declassified documents on the case from a high-level State Department official.
Despite his claims, Trump's diplomatic actions provide little hope for peace and justice for Palestinians.
If U.S. national security truly aims to diminish the threat of terrorism, it must address the factors that perpetuate it.
But states are moving independent of the administration to protect us from a climate catastrophe.
It salts the wounds of working people, guts diplomacy, and vandalizes the planet — all under the banner of false populism.
Local city-based movements have helped strengthen the backbone of judges standing up to these horrific policies.
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