Philip’s books use materials produced by UFE to teach three specific populations — first generation, low-income college students; people returning from incarceration; and people entering the workplace — throughout the US and internationally about the roots of inequality and the possible routes to a better life...Read more
We’re very excited to share the Mapping Our Futures: An Economics and Governance Curriculum of the Highlander Center for Research & Education in Tennessee.Read more
After attending a training, Parris Wallace, an organizer with Poder in Action, sat down with us for an interview about our popular education program.
UFE's cultural organizer, Eroc Arroyo-Montano, recently partnered with Poder in Action to host "training of trainers" workshops, where participants learn the principles of popular education and practice tools of facilitation, healing justice, and movement building.
“UFE’s insights into strategy and connections to a wide variety of partners has helped to dramatically advance our goals on behalf of low-wage workers.”
—Debbie Goldstein, Executive VP, Center for Responsible LendingRead more
"The work we did with UFE to take MassBudget’s research and popularize it was revolutionary..."
MassBudget's Interim President
Like UFE, MassBudget recognizes that far too many have been left on the sidelines. UFE's popular education methodology, proven effective at raising consciousness and empowering action, has revolutionized MassBudget's efforts. With our support, MassBudget confidently makes data-driven recommendations for a fair and adequate tax system.Read more
Written By Jane M. Von Bergen
Originally posted to "The Pump Handle"
Outside, a steady rain soaked the streets of East Boston, an immigrant neighborhood so new to gentrification that Spanish mercados have yet to give way to cafes selling lattes and craft beers. On the windows of the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center’s Education & Training Institute, the rain coursed down the panes like tears...Read more
"At least 4,645 people have died. 4,645 loved ones are estimated to have been lost in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. This number is in stark contrast to the government’s official death toll: sixty-four..."
Today, Free Speech For People and United for a Fair Economy co-released the report Blackout in Puerto Rico.Read more
Women workers from across the South and Appalachia will be meeting to share worker organizing stories from the past and the present, learn from other movements, build our leadership and organizing skills, and have a great time! At the school, UFE will be presenting a new workshop.Read more
Our amazing Executive Director, Jeannette Huezo, recently facilitated a staff retreat for Greenroots, Inc. Greenroots is a environmental justice organization that works primarily in low-income immigrant communities in Chelsea, East Boston, and the greater Boston area.Read more
We recently facilitated a “Closing the Racial Wealth Divide” workshop for the summer staff of three youth-serving environmental organizations: Youth Conservation Corps, Groundworks Somerville, and Hyde Park Green Team.Read more
This is the first post in our new series highlighting work being done in the South. Folks down here have been fighting hard, reclaiming the word “y’all” one campaign at a time. We aim to highlight and share their efforts with you.
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"On Thursday, June 14, 2018, workers, community organizers, current union members and candidates for state and federal office met together in Durham to discuss the need to make it easier for workers to join together in strong unions...."Read more
Announcing New Blog Series: “Stories of the South”
All over North Carolina and in other parts of the southern U.S., workers, activists, and organizers are teaming up to take down the nastiest anti-worker legislation, standing up to big corporations, and fighting for their rights, fairness, and dignity. The South has always faced unique challenges when it comes to organizing for a fair economy that works for all, but we’ve never given up.Read more