How does UFE support movement building for economic justice? Watch and find out!
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UFE supports U.S.-based economic justice movements in three ways:
- Popular Economics Education for BIPOC, immigrant & worker-organizers
- Convening coalitions to work on policy change, notably the Raising Wages NC coalition
- Organizing wealthy people to redistribute wealth & advocate for tax fairness
UFE’s core partners are BIPOC- and immigrant-led groups that base-build at the community level — people most impacted by economic inequity and racial injustice who are leading the way toward solutions. Our partners:
- Organize workers for rights and fair pay
- Combine service provision with leadership development and civic engagement
- Lead policy change campaigns
- Incubate cooperatives
We work nationally, and we also have hubs in three places:
- Boston, Massachusetts
- North Carolina