We’re changing the rules of our current economy so that all working people have opportunities to pursue family-sustaining careers, get a fair return on our work, and have the power to shape our working conditions.
Through coalition building and leadership development, we aim to build a regional movement for a racially and economically just future of work.
We’re working towards a more equitable cities in which there’s a home for every family, safe and thriving neighborhoods, and accessible transportation that meets all residents’ needs.
Leveraging research and building powerful worker-led coalition to reshape care work in our society and economy so that all people can have access to high quality, compassionate care across their lives, and care workers are fairly compensated for their essential work.
From redistricting to continued civic engagement of low propensity voters, we’re taking bold steps to nurture a more representative democracy for all residents in our region — where “pay to play” politics is a thing of the past and our government is responsive to the people.