Named for labor champions Eugene V. Debs, Mother Jones, and Frederick Douglass,
the Debs-Jones-Douglass Institute (DJDI) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded
in 1998. DJDI works to promote a government and an economy that works for working people.

"What Would Our Country Look Like
If It Were Governed By and For the Working Class?"

Bank On (and At)
the Post Office

The United States Postal Service (USPS) is in a unique position to provide basic, affordable, consumer-driven financial services via its existing infrastructure. 

Non-profit financial services – Postal Banking – provided by the USPS will help struggling families nationwide achieve financial stability – and strengthen the USPS mission to serve the public.

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Class Matters:
The Podcast

Class Matters is the podcast where we ask the question:

“What Would Our Country Look Like If It Were Governed By and For the Working Class?” Working people in the United States, to an alarming degree, have lost faith in government’s ability to serve our needs. That is an understandable outcome of nearly a half-century of bipartisan government-bashing and attacks on public goods in service to a neoliberal agenda of retrenchment, privatization, and attacks on unions and workers’ rights. If we cannot effectively address working people’s concerns with concrete, plausible programs and initiatives, those dangerous political tendencies are likely to grow in strength.

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