10 Reasons to Oppose MBTA Cuts

As the Fiscal Management and Control Board gears up to vote on the proposed cuts to the MBTA, our Public Transit Public Good coalition recently released a piece on why these cuts should be [...]

Protect the public good

Dear friends, This November’s election was a victory of our democracy, fueled by a racially diverse coalition of workers, young people, urban and suburban voters turning out in [...]

NAACP, Neighbor to Neighbor, City Life/Vida Urbana and other advocacy groups call for Pioneer Institute official, ex-Romney aide, to resign

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2020 Contact:Press@MassCLU.org NAACP, Neighbor to Neighbor, City Life/Vida Urbana and other advocacy groups call for Pioneer Institute official, [...]

Stay Focused: Election Day and Beyond

Dear friends and allies, Many of you have done so much to get out the vote and make our voices heard in these historic elections. We are at crossroads in our democracy and the results of these [...]

Don’t Gut The MBTA During The Pandemic. Front-Line Workers Need It

For decades, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has suffered from a chronic lack of investment. The bottom fell out during the record-breaking winter storms of 2015. Since [...]

Op-ed on union power decried as ‘racist’

Groups call on Pioneer Institute’s Charles Chieppo to resign A FOUR-MONTH-OLD opinion piece published in CommonWealth is igniting fresh controversy. On Friday, a group of [...]

The struggle to stay home

Dear friends and allies, Events in the news this week ranging from the increase in COVID-19 rates to national disputes over mail-in voting and the ruling to cut the U.S. [...]

Public services are public goods

Dear friends and allies, Our partners are taking bold steps throughout Massachusetts in response to the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic to working families. From Care That Works’ [...]

Weekly Update: Back to School

Dear friends and allies, Fall is approaching, and children, educators and workers are headed back to school. It’s a year unlike any other. The uncertainty caused by the combination of the [...]

Weekly Update: Working-Class Power Rising

Dear friends and allies, As we celebrate Labor Day on Monday by paying tribute to the contributions and achievements of workers, we must especially honor the hard work and commitment of frontline [...]