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Posted by | June 23, 2014
Michigan Caucus

Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in the state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE:...

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Posted by | May 29, 2014
Can Technology Save Democracy?

We live in a world were technology has changed the political landscape for campaigns, but when it comes to voter turnout one could argue that it hasn't made much of...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Money in Politics: Candidate Forum

Join us for a frank discussion on money in politics in the context of the 2014 election, as both a movement building exercise and opportunity to raise awareness of the...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Organizing the South: The Times They Are a-Changing

How can progressives continue to transform the social and political landscape of the South? By making sure workers have a voice on the job, electing representatives who care about poverty...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Low-Wage Workers Went on Strike. Now What?

More and more low-wage workers have started organizing and have gone on strike in the last few years. People who would never have considered themselves "labor activists" are now protesting...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Iran: Diplomacy or War?

This panel will discuss the Obama administration's effort to achieve a diplomatic solution to the Iranian nuclear issue, with attention to recent progressive grassroots successes in beating back efforts by...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Ain’t I an Organizer? How Women of Color are Central to the Future of Feminist Activism

Coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw over 15 years ago, the term "intersectionality" has become a mainstay in discussions of successful feminist activism. Yet many publications, campaigns, and organizations still struggle to...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Daring to Internet While Female

Most women have experienced some kind of online harassment, bullying, or threats because of what they say or simply because they dare to be female while using the internet. It's...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
2020 War Room: Inside the Secret Plan to Beat GOP Gerrymandering

Democrats won 1.7 million more votes, but Republicans won the majority in Congress. You've heard that story before. Now join us for an inside look at the Democratic strategy to...

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Posted by | May 5, 2014
Detroit, Rocked City: How the Bankruptcy Led to Retirement Attacks that Could Spread Nationwide

Join us for a discussion on one of the biggest factors in income inequality: the right-wing assault on retirement security. Learn about the Detroit bankruptcy and what it means for...

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