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Posted by | July 19, 2018
Digital Security for Organizers of Color, hosted by The Kairos Fellowship and Bex Hong Hurwitz (Tiny Gigantic)

Join us for a half-day workshop open to organizers of color who are using the internet to spread messages and amplify strategies. Good online organizing strategy includes safety and security...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Back to Our Roots: How the Movement for Energy Democracy Starts with Rural Progressives

Energy democracy is already here—for the 42 million members of America's 860 rural electric co-ops. These democratically owned electric utilities could build the just transition to local, clean energy we...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Break Through the Noise: How to Create Actions that Cannot be Ignored

With a constant stream of news about Trump and an ever increasingly saturated social media space, this panel will cover how to break through the noise. From direct action to...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
What’s a Strike and How Can I Help?

Over the last few years there’s been renewed interest in striking. With inequality on the rise and the Supreme Court poised to strike a blow to public sector labor unions,...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Handbills and Hashtags: Cross Generational Organizing in an Anti-Worker Climate

For over 30 years, our political climate has been steadily shifting towards an anti-union, anti-worker environment. From politicians placing privatization over public interest to a conservative Supreme Court allowing unlimited...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Dear White Progressives

Progressive spaces pride themselves in welcoming and understanding the role of the Black liberation tradition. Nonetheless, the reality is that many so-called progressives remain uncomfortable, if not defiant, to the...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Collective Fundraising Power: How Teaming Up Builds Powerful Movements

When candidates and organizations on the left fundraise together, they're able to build stronger coalitions and secure electoral wins. Since the 2016 election, groups have been teaming up in innovative...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Reclaiming Citizen Power in Redistricting

2021 redistricting begins now. 2018 is a pivotal moment—dozens of governors with veto power of 2021 maps, hundreds of four-year termed legislators who will draw the maps, and once-in-a-lifetime ballot...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Housing Touches Everything Progressives Care About. So Why Aren’t We Talking About It?

A growing body of evidence demonstrates that safe, affordable housing contributes to increased educational attainment, improved health care outcomes, stronger economic mobility and productivity, less homelessness, and greater equity and...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Robots with Canvass Packets: The Future of Digital Organizing

For the past decade, Democratic campaigns and progressive advocacy groups have largely kept their “digital” and “organizing” strategies separate. With the rise of new digital organizing technologies and their increasingly...

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