118A

Posted by | June 7, 2019
This Is How We Win: A First Look at Action Builder

As progressives, we win when we take the time to build and maintain relationships with and between activists, understand the issues we all face, and identify and develop our future...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
Reclaiming Native Truth to Change the Narrative

Data on current attitudes toward Native communities is almost non-existent. Reclaiming Native Truth was a two-year project that collected data, expert insights, and created a collaborative space which engaged grassroots,...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
Indigenous Voices Rising in the Progressive Landscape

This panel explores the emerging digital culture of Indigenous participation and influence in the progressive landscape. Indigenous people have pioneered innovative uses of digital media for global connectivity and contestation....

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
Moving Forward: Repealing the Muslim Ban for Good

2019 marks two years since the first Muslim Ban Executive Order was signed. Since then the ban has separated thousands of families, leading to tragic outcomes in some cases including...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
How Progressives Changed the Game on Yemen and How We Can Win on Foreign Policy

In 2015, Saudi Arabia and the UAE with the direct support of the United States, launched a military intervention into Yemen that has helped create the largest humanitarian crisis on...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
Young Women of Color Winning Elections

Young, elected women of color speak to the role that racism and sexism played throughout their campaigns. Each panelist will tell her story about personal and systemic challenges they faced...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
Different Math: Candidates and Campaigns that Changed the Voter Landscape

In the 2018 election cycle, there were a record number of women candidates and candidates of color running for office from local to federal. Many built new coalitions out of...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
No Guns, No Police: What Safe Schools Actually Look Like for Students of Color

How do we create safe schools? In the wake of seemingly nonstop mass shootings, there's a renewed sense of energy around this question. But, more often than not, the answer...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
Communicating Climate Action at the Intersections: Perspectives in Storytelling and Narrative

The impacts of the climate crisis are being felt far and wide—and yet, the reality is that those who will be most affected are those who have had the least...

Continue Reading
Posted by | May 15, 2019
Can We Evict the Bigots from Congress Once and for All?

The 2018 election showed that even some of the most entrenched bigots in Congress are weaker than ever. Members of Congress like Ted Cruz, Steve King, Duncan Hunter, Mark Harris...

Continue Reading