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Please watch and widely share this accessible video from People's Action about the current crisis, with clear analysis of the multiple problems we face and reform proposals that will move us toward a more just, equitable, inclusive and sustainable society as we work our way beyond the crisis. We are pleased that the analysis draws from GPP's "Stepping Into The Moment."
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Grassroots Policy Project
The Schools and Communities First organization needed to collect 997,139 signatures by mid-April to qualify for the November ballot.
Vinisha Rana
Vinisha Rana
Seeking LGBTQ+ identified persons of color to participate in an online research survey!

https://paloaltou.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9p00dNHR8YkKhbD

Please share this recruitment message with those who may be interested.

The LGBTQ+ During COVID-19 Project is conducted by Dr. Kimberly Balsam, Rel Friedman, Vinisha Rana from Palo Alto University. Each of us identifies as LGBTQ+. Our hope is to learn from the voices of LGBTQ+ people in order to support their well-being and highlight their resiliency during this evolving pandemic. This study has been found to be exempt by the IRB at Palo Alto University.

To participate, please click the link and fill out a brief research survey (approximately 10 minutes) about your experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you have any questions about the study, please email Dr. Kimberly F. Balsam at: lgbtqexperiences@paloaltou.edu
Tyger Caygill-Walsh
Tyger Caygill-Walsh
Here's GPP's guide for responding strategically to the COVID-19 crisis. Please feel free to share and let us know what you think. Written by Harmony Goldberg with the whole team at GPP.

From the guide: "We will certainly see waves of local and state-level struggles over relief, health care and economic rebuilding, and there will likely be a series of future bailout and stimulus packages passed at the federal level in the coming months. Each of these sites of struggle open up the possibility to push the envelope further over time."