Miss out on NN15? Check out these videos and recaps of NN15 keynotes and panels.
We kicked off the opening keynote for our 10th annual conference with stories of courage from some of the leading activists in Arizona, in addition to Rep. Donna Edwards and many more.
Click here for clips of Petra Falcon, Alfredo Gutierrez, Erika Andiola, Isabel Garcia, Marisa Franco, Ashley Yates, Rep. Donna Edwards, and a recap of the session as told by the Netroots Nation community.
- Daring to Internet While Female 2.0
- Who Leads Us? Tackling Structural Barriers to a Reflective Democracy
- A Streetcar Named Deception
- A New 50 State Strategy: Reversing the Democratic Collapse in the States
- Raising Wages is Common Sense Economics
- The People vs. Arpaio
- 2020 War Room: Update from the Fight to End GOP Gerrymandering
Morning keynote: Senator Elizabeth Warren
During this keynote we heard from one of our biggest progressive champions—Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Click here for a recap of the session as told by the Netroots Nation community.
Keynote: A 2015 progress report
Speakers addressed questions like: How do we continue to make progress on issues like immigration? How do we move closer to full equality and economic opportunity for everyone?
Click here for clips of Carlos Garcia, Felipe Sousa-Rodriquez, Michael Crawford, Heather Cronk, Jennicet Gutierrez, and Tefere Gebre, and a recap of the session as told by the Netroots Nation community.
- Building Progressive Political Power
- Unions as the Answer to the Defining Issue of our Time
- #AskaSista: Black Women Muse on Politics and Pop Culture
- Education in the 2016 Presidential Campaign
- Mass Employment, Not Mass Incarceration
Presidential Town Hall
Democratic presidential candidates Gov. Martin O’Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed Netroots Nation attendees at our Presidential Town Hall. Jose Antonio Vargas moderated.
Closing Keynote: Ignite @ Netroots Nation
One of the best parts about Netroots Nation is hearing the unique experiences and personal stories of fellow organizers, activists and thought leaders in the movement. This keynote featured short presentations that were thought-provoking, inspiring, engaging and sometimes funny, from the following speakers: Lori Adelman, Jenifer Fernandez Ancona, Dagoberto Bailón, Beth Becker, Heather Booth, Glynda C. Carr, Gregory Cendana, Jess X. Chen, Austen Levihn-Coon, Benjamin O’Keefe, Robin Reineke, Justin Robinson, Palak Shah, Wagatwe Wanjuki, Elon James White, Teresa C. Younger, and Deanna Zandt.
- America Awakens: Activism and Action Restoring Trust Between Community and Police
- Building Black-Brown Coalitions
- Women on the Run
- A Movement Not a Moment: Fighting Fast Track in Arizona
- The First 10 Years of the Roberts Court—and How to Change its Direction
- A progressive U.S. foreign policy begins in Iran