Making An Impact
People for the American Way leads the opposition to President Reagan's nomination of Robert Bork to the Supreme Court.
The United States Senate rejects President Reagan's nomination of Robert Bork to the Supreme Court.
Progressive corporation and media rouse opposition to Gulf War I.
U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy wins re-election, defeating challenger Mitt Romney after Kennedy trailed earlier in the polls.
Facing an international boycott, Mitsubishi backs out of the project and the whales win.
Presidents George W. Bush’s Interior Department backs down on a plan to gut America’s 30-year old Endangered Species Act.
Openly gay candidate Carl Sciortino defeats a 14-year incumbent opposed to marriage equality in the Democratic primary.
Community activist Sonia Chang-Díaz defeats 12-year incumbent State Senator Diane Wilkerson in the Democratic Primary.
Ayanna Pressley becomes the first black woman elected to the Boston City Council.
The Campaign for Somerville's Future leads a successful referendum campaign to pass a debt exclusion for building a new high school.
The Obama administration re-affirms the U.S. government's opposition to commercial whaling.
A plan by Mitsubishi Corporation and Mexican government to build a salt works in the Baja Peninsula arouses international opposition.
Work that helps make a difference.
Designs for international, national, and local campaigns that have contributed to
progress and positive change.