Tag: Long Island Progressive Coalition

Sanders' campaign has already moved the Democratic Party, and its presumptive nominee, to the left. Clearly, one cannot expect Clinton to stay there without sustained pressure from this newly mobilized left—given her history and the Obama administration's neo-liberal policies—but the groundwork and mobilization to do that is now possible.

The two crusading prosecutors were honored for fighting against corrupt government officials.

Questions linger after state Senate majority leadership switcheroo this week.

Employee-owned business seem to be gaining steam since Occupy Wall Street.

In 1979, the coalition began as a group of civic-minded volunteers, but evolved into a grassroots membership organization affiliated with the Citizen Action of New York.