We’re going to Atlanta in 2017!

If you missed our announcement during Netroots Nation, I wanted to make sure you knew: We’re going to Atlanta next summer for Netroots Nation 2017! Click here to get your earlybird ticket to join us August 10-13, 2017, in the Peach State. Some progressives like to write off the South, but justice and equality will read on

Day 3 highlights from St. Louis

Here’s a few quick highlights from our last day of programming: • Secretary Clinton addressed attendees via video message, announcing that she intends to back a constitutional amendment overturning Citizens United. She also addressed issues in our country’s police system, promising to bring law enforcement and communities together to develop national guidelines on the use of read on

Day 2 highlights & Saturday streaming guide

I hope you were able to tune in to our live stream of Netroots Nation Day 2. If you aren’t able to watch in real time, you can still catch some of the action from St. Louis on our website and Facebook page throughout the weekend. NETROOTS NATION HIGHLIGHTS • This morning’s keynote (with NextGen read on

Day 1 highlights & Friday streaming guide

I hope you were able to tune in to our live stream of Netroots Nation Day 1. If you aren’t able to watch in real time, you can still catch some of the action from St. Louis on our website and Facebook page throughout the weekend. NETROOTS NATION HIGHLIGHTS • On Wednesday, the Ms. Foundation for read on

Follow at home guide for Thursday, 7/14

Netroots Nation officially kicks off today! If you aren’t able to join us in St. Louis, we hope you’ll tune in to our live stream from home and catch some of the sessions. The schedule of what’s streaming today is below. The following keynotes and panels will be streaming live (all times are Central time). read on

#SayHerName

One year ago, Sandra Bland was found dead in her jail cell in Texas, after a Texas state trooper pulled her over three days earlier. On the anniversary of her death, Ferguson-based social justice organization Hands Up United is hosting a community vigil to remember Bland and the 24 Black women who have been killed read on

New for NN16: Self Organized Sessions

We’re changing up our caucus structure this year to make them all self-organized sessions, giving communities that want to gather a chance to do so on their own terms. Maybe you didn’t see a topic you wanted to talk about – this is your chance to convene that conversation! For example, if you want to talk read on

Registration info, wifi and other important details

Netroots Nation is just a couple of days away, and we’re looking forward to seeing you! Here are a few important details before you arrive. BEFORE YOU ARRIVE We’ve got an exciting four days planned, with over 150 sessions and events. You’ll receive a program and printed schedule grid once you arrive, but you can plan read on

Things to do in St. Louis

Want to see some of St. Louis during your down time? Got some free time after the convention winds down? Here are a few suggestions: The National Blues Museum (615 Washington Avenue) pays tribute to the musicians who created America’s roots music and St. Louis’ signature sound. Located next door to the America’s Center convention read on

Welcome to Netroots Nation!

Welcome to Netroots Nation 2016! Each year, nearly 3,000 activists and organizers from around the country (and beyond) come together for a few sleep-deprived, action-packed days. If this is your first Netroots Nation, we want you to know that this is a place for sharing ideas and connecting. It’s a place to learn from each read on

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