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Activism

The enduring promise of hope

January 21, 2017

When Barack Obama ran for the presidency, we embraced the promise of hope. It is this hope that will endure beyond the presidency of Barack Obama – not in his successor – but in our

Activism

Progressive to Watch in 2017!

January 17, 2017

New Leaders Council (NLC) Rhode Island works to recruit, train, and promote our state’s progressive leaders. We value inclusion, equity of opportunity, civil and human rights, and collective responsibility. We carry out these values by

Education

Expansion approved for Achievement First charter school

December 20, 2016

The state Council on Elementary and Secondary Education approved Achievement First’s controversial 10-year expansion plan that will result in the multi-state charter school in being responsible for educating more than 10 percent of the Providence

Education

Achievement First expansion could be decided tonight

December 20, 2016

Public education in Providence comes to a fork in the road tonight as the state Council on Elementary and Secondary Education is scheduled to act on Achievement First’s controversial 10-year expansion plan. If approved, the

Activism

A time for resistance, not appeasement

December 8, 2016

A recent Pew Research Center poll found that nearly two-thirds of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters would like to see their party stand up to Trump rather than work with him.