Acorn intimidating banks
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In fact, he wrote Some months after his death, his estranged daughter was given his old computer hard drives and thumb drives.
The media, including The Washington Times and Fox News.com, has also uncritically reported that ACORN will be a national partner with the Census Bureau in its effort to recruit more than 1 million temporary workers, baselessly suggesting the group will fraudulently influence the count or that the Obama administration is politicizing the process. If you can help today—because every gift of every size matters—please do. ACORN, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, is the nation's largest community organization of low- and moderate-income families, working together for social justice and stronger communities.
However, ACORN is only one of "more than 250" groups partnering with the Census Bureau to recruit workers. Since 1970, ACORN has grown to more than 350,000 member families, organized in 850 neighborhood chapters in over 100 cities across the U. and in cities in Argentina, Peru, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Canada.
Following the public uproar over the undercover videos, Congress voted to strip ACORN of federal funding, a move that is being challenged in federal court.
WASHINGTON - Today, Media Matters released a new report showing that when discussing major news stories, conservatives in the media have repeatedly resorted to blaming ACORN in place of substantive analysis of causes and solutions, even where the organization has little or nothing to do with the issue.The report can be viewed at: "We are disappointed, but not surprised, in the report's findings," said Bertha Lewis, CEO and Chief Organizer of ACORN.