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Press Releases

January 14, 2017 in Press

125,000+ petition Dems to skip inauguration, 25 announce they’ll skip

More than 125,000 people have signed CREDO’s petition urging Democrats in Congress to skip Trump’s inauguration of hate. At least 25 Democratic members of congress have now announced that they…

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January 10, 2017 in Press

CREDO Blasts Trump’s Nominees

As Senate Republicans seek to flood the zone with simultaneous confirmation hearings, CREDO is calling on Senate Democrats to do everything in their power to block Trump’s nominees and stand on the side of the American people.

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December 14, 2016 in Press

BREAKING: CREDO Applauds Facebook’s Refusal to Build Trump’s Muslim Registry

FYI – While tech leaders were meeting with Donald Trump today at Trump Tower, Facebook announced that it would join Twitter in refusing to help Donald Trump build a Muslim registry….

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In the News

January 16, 2017 in In the news

NEWSWEEK: Democrats’ Inauguration Boycott Spreads Amid Trump-Lewis Spat

The public defections of two dozen lawmakers is occurring alongside a petition effort to convince all Democrats to skip the ceremonies. More than 126,000 people have signed a petition organized by progressive social activism organization CREDO Action.

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December 15, 2016 in In the news

CNN: Facebook won’t help build a Muslim registry

Earlier this week, 22 advocacy groups — led by social change network CREDO — sent letters to eight technology companies asking them to speak out against building a Muslim registry.

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December 15, 2016 in In the news

HUFFINGTON POST: Progressive Phone Company Discloses Legal Battle Over FBI’s National Security Letters

For the past three years, CREDO, represented by the nonprofit Electronic Frontier Foundation, has been fighting in court both the constitutionality of the FBI’s request and the bureau’s demand that CREDO stay silent. The fight over the legality of the request is ongoing, but earlier this year, the Federal District Court for Northern California said the FBI failed to show the need for the gag order. The government dropped its appeal of that decision, and CREDO subsequently published redacted versions of the two national security letters.

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