In order to sustain the movement, we need to continuing growing new generations of social justice leaders and infuse their ideas to ensure our work stays on the cutting edge. Our Next Leaders internship program and our various professional Fellowship programs help sharpen young voices and new ideas through training and mentoring, and provide emerging activist-scholars with an intellectual home.
After servicing New York City’s wealthiest throughout the pandemic, 32,000 residential workers refused to accept a regressive new contract.
The workers who put food on our tables face poverty, deportation, and extreme heat. These are policy choices—and they can be changed.
Ending police exchanges will help build a world where our ties are of solidarity and common pursuits for justice.
Advocates need to pressure congress to invest in institutions that care about and prioritize domestic and international wellbeing, while divesting from systems of violence and harm.
New York’s essential workers have been excluded from relief and benefits. The Fund Excluded Workers Coalition is fighting to change that.
The idea that we have to either support military action and sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, or “do nothing,” is a false binary.
Economic sanctions are a weapon of war, not an alternative to war.
Americans oppose overturning Roe by 2 to 1. Speaking up isn’t always easy, but it’s more important than ever.
U.S. actions are raising tensions with Russia rather than resolving them.
Changing our budget priorities is key to repairing these harms.