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At any given moment, RESULTS staff and activists around the world are busy working with their elected officials, local media, or working within their communities to realize a world without poverty. Hear their stories here!

To Everything There is a Season

By Myrdin Thompson, RESULTS Louisville Volunteer Leader and Former Organizer
October 28, 2014

As Myrdin Thompson transitions from her part-time organizing role to her ongoing work as a RESULTS volunteer activist, she reflects on her experience working to build our grassroots network. 

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New Poverty Data Confirms that the EITC and CTC Work

By Jos G. Linn, Grassroots Manager for U.S. Poverty Campaigns
October 16, 2014

The new Supplemental Poverty Measure data confirms that poverty is still a serious problem in America. With almost 50 million men, women, and children facing economic hardship, we need to do more. The data also confirms how integral the EITC and CTC are to people living in poverty, especially children.

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Remembering Ron Fischman

By Joanne Carter, Executive Director
October 15, 2014

We are deeply saddened by the death of longtime RESULTS advocate Ron Fischman. Ron’s courage, energy, and commitment to combating inequality inspired his friends and family, fellow RESULTS volunteers, and even policymakers.

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Will Malala’s Nobel Peace Prize Prompt Canada to Stand Up for Education for All?

By Tony Baker, Education for All Campaign Manager
October 10, 2014

Today, child education champion Malala Yousafzai became the youngest ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize at 17 years old. The prestigious award was presented to Malala in recognition of her struggle to ensure that all children have a right to education. Will the Canadian government echo her unwavering commitment to education?

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