Center for Popular Democracy

For Support Of The Alliance To Reclaim Our Schools

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    24 Months
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The Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools, which counts the Center for Popular Democracy among its national organizations, seeks to create partnerships with community organizations that serve parents, youth, and educators committed to making sure that African-American and Latino students have equitable access to quality public schools. The group’s efforts have led to the advancement of schools that are organized around principles of rigorous curriculum, restorative justice practices, and qualified education professionals. This grant will support the group’s convenings and national capacity-building efforts and allow it to expand its partnership base.
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for general operating support  
The Center for Popular Democracy strengthens our collective capacity to envision and win a pro-worker, pro-immigrant, racial and economic justice agenda. The center’s network includes 48 grassroots affiliates across the U.S., representing more than 400,000 members. It provides crucial coordination, training, research, and other resources. These resources will support a range of economic justice work designed to catalyze a paradigm shift away from neoliberalism and toward more equitable alternatives.
for general operating support  
The Center for Popular Democracy helps to socialize and advance the discourse on moving beyond neoliberalism among thousands of organizers and hundreds of organizations that do economic work in the U.S. Recently, the center launched a new journal, The Forge: Organizing Strategy and Practice. The Forge aims to build a community of practice for organizers and social change-makers focused on structural economic reform.

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