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Opinion: Mark Robinson is a threat to public education in North Carolina In the News

Opinion: Mark Robinson is a threat to public education in North Carolina

Tabitha Arrowood, a single mother of two children, writes about the positive impact of public education on her life, as well as the threats to public education that she perceives from Mark Robinson, the state’s lieutenant governor.

Cardinal & Pine

Tabitha Arrowood

Op-ed: How federal investments are empowering Navajo People In the News

Op-ed: How federal investments are empowering Navajo People

JoAnn Armenta, the CEO of an organization that provides workforce training and resources to the Navajo people, shares how the Inflation Reduction Act has helped her organization provide community members with the skills to start their own solar businesses.

The Copper Courier

JoAnn Armenta

The Affordable Care Act Saved My Life. Donald Trump Wants To Destroy It, Again | Opinion In the News

The Affordable Care Act Saved My Life. Donald Trump Wants To Destroy It, Again | Opinion

Sage Warner, director of Stories at CAP Action, reflects in Newsweek on her experiences advocating against the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and describes how the historic health care legislation enabled her to access affordable, lifesaving health care through the ACA marketplace.

Newsweek

Sage Warner

2023 Creator Programming Debrief Past Event
Subway riders check their phones as a train arrives in New York City on January 8, 2016. (Getty/Richard B. Levine)

2023 Creator Programming Debrief

Join the Center for American Progress Action Fund for a series of discussions with digital experts from across the progressive movement exploring how political organizations have forged effective partnerships with content creators and how we can adapt to a rapidly changing digital media environment in the years ahead.

Op-ed: How a federally-funded apprenticeship changed my life In the News

Op-ed: How a federally-funded apprenticeship changed my life

Joshua Swindells, who dropped out of school as a teenager to care for his elderly parents, explains how a federally funded apprenticeship program allowed him to return to his education and gain valuable work experience in the information technology field. Joshua fears that proposals to cut federal workforce funding could harm young people such as him.

Cardinal & Pine

Joshua Swindells

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