By most measures, the United States is a country of wealth and abundance. Yet, for many people, the U.S. economy isn’t working. In the richest country in the world, everyone should be able to eat three meals a day, have a roof over his or her head, and access health care. In addition, everyone should have opportunities to learn, work, and grow. A just economy is built on this foundation of economic stability and opportunity.
Active and informed civic participation is essential to the proper functioning of government.
Over-incarceration and violent, militarized policing are anathema to a democratic society.
The federal government has an obligation to honor the promises to Native Americans.