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Posted by | July 29, 2018
Digitally Organizing the Latinx Generation

Latinx millennials are the largest group of eligible voters in the US, comprising nearly half of total eligible Latino voters. However, Latino voters are not turning out at the rates...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Avoiding the Savior Mentality: Strategies for Accountability in the Movement

Accountable organizing and solidarity are central to healthy movements. Join us to hear from New Orleans organizers discussing strategies for accountability and successful movement building. How can those of us...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Inside the Media Union Revolution: Organizing Case Studies from the Writers Guild of America, East

In less than three years, more than 1,200 workers across more than 12 digital media companies have organized unions with the Writers Guild of America, East. At this panel, union...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Igniting the Lit in Litmus Test: How Leading With Reproductive Justice Helps Us Win

For too long the Democratic Party has been compromising on reproductive freedom. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair said in 2017: "There will be no litmus test [on abortion] for...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
The Trump Threat Level: Resisting Dangerous National Security and Foreign Policies

Trump’s national security and foreign policies are extensions of his racist and authoritarian domestic agenda. He is making us less safe. This panel will discuss how his warmongering and bigotry...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
We’re Living It: An Inside Look at the Health Care Fight through Storytelling

Everyone thought Obamacare was dead after the 2016 election results. With a Republican President, House and Senate, we unexpectedly prevailed. Join us as we look at how we fought to...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
From Chains to Change: Race and the Right to Vote in the Nation’s Incarceration Capital

Formerly incarcerated organizers are flipping the script in Louisiana. Organizing inside prisons and in community, members and leaders of VOTE (Voice of the Experienced) are leading the fight for the...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Local Victories Reveal a Path to Climate Equity

Can you envision policies that simultaneously center racial and economic equity, tackle climate change, and create good union jobs? It’s not a utopia. It’s already happening. From New York to...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
DO Read the Comments: How to Build Genuine Facebook Communities

As digital organizers, we hear time and again that building a sense of community and a relationship with our supporters online is critical to transitioning our online community to offline...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Digital Sanctuary: Engineering Tools and Models for Racial Justice

As racial justice techies and campaigners, we have been talking about the problematic values that underpin the internet ecosystem, developing new advocacy models for racial justice, and defining our own...

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