MWC helps working class people build grassroots organizations and develop their leadership capacity through aggressive community organizing campaigns and education programs. The Center also actively builds coalitions and enters alliances to amplify progressive power and win racial, community, social, and economic justice.
FLIC seeks equal rights for immigrants and integration into the civic and cultural life of our communities. We accomplish our mission through coordination of immigrant organizations and community education, organizing and advocacy.
CPC builds coalitions, conducts research, organizes communities, gets out the vote, develops new leaders, registers thousands of new voters each year, and lobbies elected officials at the local, state, and national levels to build a progressive future for Colorado on issues of racial, economic, environmental, and social justice.
CIRC is a statewide membership-based coalition of immigrant, faith, labor, youth, and ally organizations founded in 2002 to build a unified statewide voice to defend and advance justice for all immigrants and refugees in Colorado and the United States.
CCNE is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the economic and social well being of working families in Connecticut's urban centers by initiating and supporting efforts to raise wages of the working poor, improve public education and training, and preserve affordable housing.
PODER is a grassroots, environmental justice organization based in San Francisco’s Mission District. PODER’s mission is to organize with Mission residents to work on local solutions to issues facing low income communities and communities of color.