Reflections from a First Time Lobbyist

By Skye Dixon, U.S. Poverty Intern
June 15, 2017

My name is Skye Dixon, I am from Muskogee, Oklahoma as a sophomore at Oklahoma State University as a biochemistry and molecular biology major. This is my first time ever in Washington DC and, in my second week here, I got a chance to go to Capitol Hill for the first time interning at RESULTS through EYA program. The EYA program is through the United Methodist church and was recommended to me through a lady at my church. When I got the internship I had no idea that I would be at RESULTS and working on what I am now. Working with RESULTS has been such an eye opener and I've only been here for a little less than two weeks.  

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Right to Education Index 2016 Report Launch

By Ally Krupar
May 31, 2017

RESULTS Educational Fund and the Global Campaign for Education-US (GCE-US) will launch the RTEI 2016 report following the next GCE-US coalition meeting on June 20,2017.

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Write to the media: This budget isn’t just wrong, it’s cruel

By Meredith Dodson, Director of U.S. Poverty Campaigns
May 23, 2017

The White House released its official budget request, and it’s filled with bad news. It slashes the programs that help millions of Americans put food on the table, get access to medical care, and make ends meet. But our final budget decisions fall to Congress – and they need to know that you won’t stand for this.

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Want to have some fun this weekend?

By Jos G. Linn, Grassroots Manager for U.S. Poverty Campaigns
May 19, 2017

Do you feel your weekends are devoid of fun? Have your Saturday and Sunday been relegated to yard work and grocery shopping? Are you longing for something more?

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