This month marks our seventh year as a grassroots, community-powered organization dedicated to social, racial, and economic justice. In those seven years we have helped people save their homes from foreclosure, forced the city to hold banks accountable for vacant properties, push for high-quality public education, made banks come to the table and negotiate with homeowners through a county-level mediation program, and started a movement for a $15 citywide minimum wage.
We continue to grow as an organization with more and more members becoming leaders in their neighborhoods. We still have campaigns to win - such as the citywide minimum wage of $15. Please donate seven dollars to celebrate this anniversary and propel us forward to more anniversaries down the road.
Alvesta Sanders on how she got hooked!
Take a minute to listen to Action Now's Treasurer Charles Brown and why he joined the organization.