Board member Theresa Orlando shares her personal experience of a key moment in the Civil Rights movement and how it changed her view of white supremacy.
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This coming Saturday, June 24th, the focus of our meeting will be efforts underway in the state and federal government to pass grossly irresponsible and unfair budgets.
Thirty years after we opened our doors, and in a time of new risk for the people we fight for, it’s time for a new kind of campaign.
Anthony Coghill and Ashleigh Deemer fielded three questions about hunger and poverty at our May 2 Candidates Forum.
Join us for this special three-part event, featuring a Mayoral debate and a candidates forum for the May 16 Primary Election.
Donating food helps the hungry. But the best way to end hunger is to stop it before it starts.
After a long political season, 125 million people voted in yesterday’s presidential election. Like many of them, I awoke this morning worried about the future.
On November 3rd we will have a historic opportunity to elect three people who can help defend economic justice and our democratic rights. Your vote is your voice in this key decision that will affect all Pennsylvanians for years to come.
Will the real poverty rate please stand up? The standard figure – 15% – is now being recognized as only a snapshot of a moment in time and not a fully accurate measure of poverty in America.
Join us, the other organizations of Pittsburgh UNITED, and Mayor Peduto and members of City Council at this celebration on January 9. This celebration will kick off a new progressive movement for a vibrant economy and strong communities for all in Pittsburgh.