The coalition came together to build a financial system for working families, White, Black, and Brown, not big Wall Street banks. To do this, we train activists, cultivate political champions, and deliver policy change that we believe will restore the financial sector to its rightful place in service of the real economy.

Activist Training

The Take On Wall Street coalition have embarked on an ambitious program of popular education to train thousands of community organizers, union members, and citizen activists to improve our collective capacity to organize around the financialization of the economy, racial and gender justice, and taking our democracy back from corporations and the super rich. Read on >

Voter Education

We think each and every candidate running for office has an incredible opportunity to answer that call, to respond to public sentiment. They can do that by demonstrating their independence from Wall Street and promoting reforms to curb Wall Street’s influence over the economy and our government. Read on >

Policy Change

The important work of defending the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act must not be the end of the story. We can dream bigger. We are stepping up the fight to curb the big banks’ influence in Washington and our economy. Read on >