Tuesday Tip: 4 Oscar nominated documentaries to watch in the Trump era

The empathy that comes from experiencing intimate portraits of lives that we might have little knowledge of is more important than ever.

CREDO stands with teachers and students (and show your support with a poster!)

Public school teachers and students deserve better. That’s why, across the country, teachers are standing up to demand better pay, more classroom funding, increased support staff and smaller class sizes in response to nationwide underfunding of public schools…. Read More

Color Of Change, Win Without War and Women’s March thank CREDO members for their support

Each month, CREDO members vote on how we distribute funding to three incredible organizations. Those small actions add up – with one click, they help fund groups supporting civil rights, peace and women’s rights. In January, over 80,000… Read More

Tuesday Tip: Why the Green New Deal is Essential

The Green New Deal is – finally – a plan with the scope and ambition necessary to transition our society and economy away from fossil fuels and fend off the oncoming climate crisis. Scientific research is now virtually… Read More

Our favorite posters from the 2019 Women’s March

On Jan. 19, thousands turned out to stand up for women’s rights at the 2019 Women’s March, held in Washington, DC and in hundreds of communities across the globe. We were so inspired by the creative and empowering… Read More

Why are T-Mobile executives staying at Trump’s hotel? We have an idea.

It’s an open not-so-secret in Washington: Want to curry favor with Donald Trump? Book a room at his hotel. T-Mobile executives, including outspoken CEO John Legere, stayed the day after announcing a $26 billion telecom mega-merger that needs… Read More

CREDO activists confront CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan at his home

After news broke of the tragic death of 7-year-old asylum seeker Jakelin Caal Maquin while in Customs and Border Patrol custody, CREDO activists gathered outside CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan’s home to confront him about his agency’s horrific human… Read More

#MeToo Victory: RCA drops sexual predator R. Kelly

For decades, multiple Black girls and young women have accused R&B singer R. Kelly of sexually abusing them. Yet, their calls for accountability have been ignored by law enforcement, record labels and other corporations promoting and profiting from… Read More

Tuesday Tip: Make MLK Day a “day on,” not a day off

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, Jan. 21. Encouragingly, the day is growing in recognition, with about 42 percent of U.S. businesses now giving workers the day off, which is more than give Presidents Day. Also encouraging… Read More

Tuesday Tip: Why direct action is an essential part of the Women’s March

Throughout our nation’s history, the fight for civil rights and equality has never been fully realized without resistance. Today, many people associate “resistance” with opposition to the dangerous and hateful person occupying the White House. But resistance to… Read More