The Center for New Community tracks organized bigotry and equips grassroots movements to mobilize a powerful force for justice, fairness, and opportunity.
CNC alerts activists, media professionals, and policymakers when organized racist movements attempt to influence public policy and equips partners to take action and reclaim the debate. CNC works closely with organizations and community leaders across the country to build long-term, collective power.
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CNC's blog Imagine2050 features updates on organized racism in the United States; investigative reporting; and candid conversations about race, immigration, and identity. CNC also collaborates with artists to promote cultural resistance through showcases, events, digital productions, and more.
As Donald Trump takes office today, people across the country are recognizing that now is the time to take a public stand against hate and bigotry. Trump’s inauguration represents the ascent of the most virulent racism, nativism, and sexism (and more) that this country’s political system has seen in a long time. Trump is bringing to […]
There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, an anti-Muslim group meets in Tennessee while several prominent nativist spokespeople are featured at a three-day conference in Missouri. On Thursday, January 26, the local chapter of anti-Muslim grassroots group ACT for America will host a meeting in Farragut, […]
There Goes the Neighborhood is a weekly series from Imagine 2050 staff highlighting upcoming nativist events. This week, nativists groups in Montana, California, Oregon, and Texas hold their first events of the year. On Saturday, January 14, local chapters of anti-Muslim grassroots group ACT for America will hold events in Kalispell, Montana and Corona, California. In Montana, […]