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[[Cat Stelman]] September 17 2019·  [[Salt of the Earth Labor College]] presents:
[[Cat Stelman]] September 17 2019·  [[Salt of the Earth Labor College]] presents:

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Pamela Powers Hannley is Arizona activist. She is married to James Hannley.

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Cat Stelman September 17 2019· Salt of the Earth Labor College presents:


Presentation and discussion with AZ State Representative Pamela Powers Hannley

LD9 Arizona Rep. Pamela Powers Hannley will offer data showing that things have gotten steadily worse for Arizona women and children since the Tea Party takeover in 2011, and haven't improved under Governor Ducey. People complain about Trump's racist tweets, but we can see racism in action in the maternal and child health data. Nonwhite and rural women are far more likely to receive ZERO prenatal care and more likely to have a premature or low birth weight baby. It’s long past time for Arizona to reverse policies that imperil women, support full reproductive rights and pass the


Why do we need the ERA? Listen to Senator Victoria Steele, Rep. Pamela Powers Hannley, Senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita, Col. Felicia French, Kiana Sears, Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz and Fred Yamashita share their thought on why it's time.[1]

Arizona Democratic Progressive Caucus leaders 2015


Arizona Democratic Progressive Caucus leaders 2015:

Arizona Public Banking Coalition

Come to the January 23, 2014 meeting of Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) Tucson Chapter to learn how public banking can build Arizona’s economy and benefit Arizona’s citizens.

James Hannley and Pamela Powers Hannley, newly appointed co-chairs of the Arizona Public Banking Coalition, will discuss the benefits public banking and what it would take to create a public bank in our state. Arizona's public banking initiative grew out of PDA Tucson's Economic and Social Justice Issue Organizing Team, which is chaired by Hannley.

Special guest Tucson Councilwoman Karin Uhlich will describe the City of Tucson’s Move Your Money pilot project. In 2013, the City Council moved $5 million of the City’s rainy day fund from a big commercial bank to a community bank to encourage local business development.

PDA Tucson Chair Phil Lopes will update attendees on other progressive activities and issues. February 2014 marks PDA Tucson’s 3rd anniversary.[2]