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The Resist Fundraising Philosophy

RESIST had another amazing year! Thanks to the very generous support of our donors in 2013 we raised close to $977,000, which is a record for us! At an event last year in Seattle, Washington, a donor asked, “what would you do if you raised more money?” It turns out our actions speak louder than anything we could have said. We raised about $70,000 more...

Students Mobilize Against Wendy’s for Farmworkers’ Rights

The tomato pickers of the farms in Florida have raised the torch of accountability for over a decade now, successfully challenging behemoth food conglomerates in a self-determining struggle for their own welfare. Where there were once rampant human rights abuses, economic exploitation and a culture of fear peddled by infectious ignorance, there is now the legally binding Fair Food Program, “an initiative consisting of a...

Resist Donor Privacy Policy

Resist is committed to respecting the privacy of our donors. Each staff person, with access to donor contact information and donation history, signs a confidentiality statement. Awareness. Resist developed this Donor Privacy Policy to be transparent about our privacy policy, and to inform you of how your information is used. Donors can at any point ask that we remove their name from our mailing list...

Students Rally At MassDOT for Better MBTA Funding Plan: Swarms of student activists, some dressed as superheroes, took their protest straight to elected officials.

Groups of Boston students fed up with fare increases and talks of possible cuts to MBTA bus and train service stormed the Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s headquarters on Wednesday, asking officials to implement an affordable plan for young riders, while at the same time maintaining critical services for all passengers. Dressed as superheroes with names like “Mobili-T,” “Affordabili-T,” and “Accountibili-T,” hoping to save the ailing...

Latino Youth Defines DREAM Act as a DeFacto Military Draft Posted on September 23, 2010 | 3 Comments By VAMOS Unidos Youth We write this statement to raise our voices as Latino youth working and living in the Bronx, New York in opposition to the DREAM

We write this statement to raise our voices as Latino youth working and living in the Bronx, New York in opposition to the DREAM ACT as it stands. We demand that we return to our original DREAM ACT that had a community service option instead of a military one. The military has been losing their numbers due to the multiple wars the US has begun...

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