CREDO is rising up for climate, jobs and justice every day

Thanks in part to CREDO members and thousands of activists across the world who joined us and our allies on Sept. 8, the Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice marches were a big success. More than 250,000 people… Read More

Tuesday Tip: How to stop robocalls, scams and phone spam

Heard from any robots lately? You’re not the only one. Robocalls are exploding. There were 4 billion robocalls placed nationwide in July 2018 alone (up from 2.6 billion the previous year). That’s around 12 calls to every person… Read More

Our favorite posters from the 2018 Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice march

On Sept. 8, 2018, more than 250,000 people spanning all seven continents took to the streets for the Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice marches to demand that world leaders transition from dirty fossil fuels to renewable energy…. Read More

CREDO rejects Trump’s dystopian effort to text every American

We have recently learned that the Trump administration plans to force a “Presidential Alert” to nearly every cell phone in America as part of the new FEMA emergency alert system, which is in addition to alerts for “Imminent… Read More

CREDO Mobile anti-gun violence artwork featured across Michigan communities

This August and September, CREDO has been honored to provide our allies at the Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence with anti-gun violence artwork we created ahead of the March for Our Lives events earlier this year. The… Read More

New video: Gov. Jay Inslee visits CREDO headquarters

On Sept. 14, we were honored to host Washington state’s progressive leader, Gov. Jay Inslee, for a special conversation at CREDO headquarters to discuss his work combating climate change, resisting Trump at the state level and key governors’… Read More

Women of Color are Giving the Nation Something to Hope For

Editor’s Note: Aimee and her team at She the People just put on an amazing summit in San Francisco where they brought together visionary women of color from across the country, including Alicia Garza, Ai-jen Poo, Linda Sarsour,… Read More

Tuesday Tip: How to digitize your old photos

Tuesday Tip: How to digitize your old photos Photographs. On paper. Remember them? If you’re of a certain age, you probably have a bunch of them in a box somewhere. Probably some really cool ones that’d look great… Read More

Making our elections work for everyone: How to protect the vote this November and every election

The 2018 midterm election is one of the most important midterms in decades. It’s the first since the presidency was decided by just 80,000 votes. And it’s the first midterm election since voter turnout scraped by at the… Read More

Tuesday Tip: How to Live Green in Your Dorm Room

Tuesday Tip: How to Live Green in Your Dorm Room A lot of young people will be going off to college soon and many will be living in dorms. You might be one of them. Or you might… Read More