Challenge

URGENT: Call for volunteers to assist with phone surveys of Detroit communities affected by water shut-offs

Posted October 10th, 2014  |  Challenge  |  News

Dear friends of Detroit, A call has come to us from We The People Of Detroit for help in researching the repercussions to Detroit families of the water cut-offs. Volunteers will need to make phone calls and conduct surveys from their own home phones in the next month; information and analysis of these surveys will […]

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Show Solidarity with ASOTRECOL

Posted February 11th, 2014  |  Challenge  |  News

GM-COLOMBIA 8 RESUME HUNGER STRIKE FEB. 11 The GM-Colombia 8 autoworkers announced on February 1st that they are resuming their water-only hunger strike, with their lips sewn shut, on Tues., Feb. 11th. That’s the date in 1937 when militant UAW workers in Flint ended a historic 44-day sit-down strike, after GM agreed to recognize the […]

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Oppose Citizens United

Posted November 23rd, 2013  |  Challenge  |  News

Who would you rather have wielding the power in our elections: (A) the people or (B) outside special interests and private corporations? No, this isn’t a trick question. And yes, the correct answer is (A). Yet since 2010, when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Citizens United, outside special interests and corporations have been […]

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Expose the Trans-Pacific Partnership and say NO to fast-track authority

Posted September 5th, 2013  |  Challenge  |  News

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been called “NAFTA on steroids” – and for good reason. Negotiated behind closed doors by the governments of a dozen countries (including ours) colluding with corporate interests, this secret “trade” deal would eviscerate broad swaths of regulations that protect consumers, workers, the environment and the soundness of our financial system. […]

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Tell the senate not to revive the Keystone XL tarsands pipeline.

Posted September 5th, 2013  |  Challenge  |  News

Heavy tar sands oil creates three times more carbon pollution than conventional oil- and any spills from Keystone XL would pollute the Ogallala aquifer, a critical drinking water source for American farms and millions of Americans in the Midwest. SIGN THE PETITION: http://pol.moveon.org/keystoneno/letter2.html

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