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Voices Matter: Family Stories From 2014

Equal Voice News wishes you and your family a joyous holiday season. We’ll see you in January.

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Election 2014: Voters Spoke Loudly. Will Leaders Listen?

Brad Wong | Equal Voice News

November 6, 2014

In Border Disaster, Advocates Seek Names of the Dead

Amy Roe | Equal Voice News

November 4, 2014

California, the Golden State, Is Actually the Poorest of All

Keith Griffith | Special to Equal Voice News

October 21, 2014

National Organization Seeks to Be Voice of Poor Families

Brad Wong | Equal Voice News

September 25, 2014

The 'Punishment Economy' Must End

Zachary Norris | Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

December 16, 2014

In 2014, Grassroots Advocates United and Made Progress

  • Given that Congress failed to make major policy progress in 2014, working families, the poor and activists stood up and raised their voices.

Amy Roe | Equal Voice News

Photos: The Associated Press, Equal Voice News, Grassroots Collaborative and Silicon Valley De-Bug

L.A. Skid Row Residents: The Heart of Hope

David Bacon | Special to Equal Voice News

June 10, 2014

Movement Building and Challenging Mass Incarceration

Raj Jayadev | Special to Equal Voice News

March 4, 2014

This Mascot Skews Reality About the First People

Jennifer Varenchik | Native Voice Network

July 14, 2014

Across Race, Generation: Pete Seeger and Ending Poverty

Andre Canty and Pam McMichael | Highlander Center

March 25, 2014

Millennials: Educated but Underemployed

Luke Severn | Special to Equal Voice News

July 15, 2014

Tradition, Change and a Hmong Family: A Photo Essay

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January 14, 2014

Post-Katrina: Will New Orleans Still be New Orleans?

Maureen O'Hagan | Equal Voice News

April 8, 2014