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Phone: Building Progressive Infrastructure and a Living Wage at Pamona College The Pomona College YP4 Fellows created a two-fold action plan. These YP4 Fellows built a progressive coalition on campus in order to unite the efforts of progressive organizations at Pomona. First, they met with partner organizations on campus to build a cohesive network and establish meeting times and communication structures. Then, they established a website to serve as a clearing house for information and to streamline communication on campus for progressive groups and allow them to post meeting times, discussion and actions. Once the website was launched, the group used their coalition to pursue a living wage campaign on campus. The Fellows connected with outside organizations including Jobs With Justice to research the actions that have been taken on campuses around the country and to gather materials. Once the research phase was complete, they took action on their issue and held a training on their campus featuring a panel of speakers and poetry slam event on October 11th, 2005.

Amy Burnham

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Phone: Cornell University Progressive Think Tank The Cornell University YP4 Fellows worked to cultivate a Progressive Think Tank on their campus. In an effort to build this think tank, they established the Progressive Student Union. Following the YP4 National Summit, these Fellows mobilized immediately to hold a progressive student fair on campus, which attracted over 100 students and allowed all the progressive organizations on campus to have tables and distribute their literature and information on their actions to members of the student body. They also worked to establish an email listserv for progressively minded students on campus to be connected through one channel. The Fellows planned to use their budding network of progressive activism on campus to stand behind them as they produce policy papers and strategy to coordinate the movement on campus. Their first creative effort involved the publication of a Guide to Getting Active, which they distributed widely on campus.

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