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Posted by | June 10, 2019
Democratic Data: How We Are Bringing It All Together

A lot has been made of the innovation and investments our Republican opponents have made in their data and technology systems, but one thing is clear: in order to stay...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
How Women, People of Color, and Millennials are Reshaping Rural Politics

As we saw during the 2018 midterms, progressives still have a lot of work to do in small towns and rural communities. And with Donald Trump on the ballot in...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
Hijabi Power: The Badass Women Fighting Hate

Despite the global rise of Islamophobia, hijabi-wearing leaders like Linda Sarsour and Ilhan Omar have been fearless in their quest to create a more inclusive, representative democracy. Join us for...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
2019 Latinx Power! El Poder de Las Latinas en Las Elecciones

Latinx voters have the power to change the vote and are highly influential at the national level. There are about 12 million Latinx people who are voting-age U.S. citizens. Many...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
New Sheriffs in Town: How Local Elections Can Help End Racist Mass Jailings and Deportations

Throughout U.S. history, county sheriffs have been at the forefront of police violence against people of color. As James Baldwin noted, the sheriff was "hired by the Republic to keep...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
Keep that Same Energy: How We Build Power in Black and Brown Communities

Join us for a conversation between social justice advocates, influencers and millennials of color to unpack issues that are detrimentally impacting black and brown communities in 2019. We’ll discuss the...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
This All Used to be Chinatown: Building Grassroots Power

As Philadelphia becomes a more "desirable" place to live, we erase and push out the communities that have long called the city home. From the rapid gentrification in Chinatown to...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
Democracy Rising: How Florida Took on Felony Disenfranchisement and Won!

In a historic mid-term election in 2018, Florida residents voted in favor of state constitutional Amendment 4, which automatically restores voting rights to 1.6 million people with prior felony convictions....

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
The End of Gerrymandering: Drawing Fair Maps and Fighting Gerrymanders in Court

Gerrymandering is a critical threat to democracy that politicians have used to subvert the public will in countless elections. With the conservative majority on the Supreme Court increasingly hostile to...

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Posted by | May 15, 2019
Tech for the Movement, Not the Billionaires

Sometimes, the incentives of investor-driven, for profit technology are exactly counter to the long-term interests of our movement. Recently, a new generation of technology has been built using different, innovative...

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