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Posted by | May 10, 2016
Making Progressive Issues Presidential: How Debt-free College Became Central to this Election

Could debt-free college be to 2016 what healthcare reform was to 2008? A huge grassroots push in 2015 put debt-free college center stage in the presidential debate and political lexicon....

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Posted by | May 10, 2016
Climate Messages That Work: We Did the Polling so You Don’t Have To

We all know the right messages to get the environmental activist base on board with taking action on climate change. Now, what are the most compelling ways to talk to...

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Posted by | May 10, 2016
#ExxonKnew: Uncovering Decades of Climate Deception and Political Pollution

In the 1970s, climate scientists at Exxon warned their bosses that oil could bring about catastrophic global warming. Instead of acting to protect humanity, Exxon decided to corrupt our democracy...

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Posted by | May 10, 2016
Telling Winning Stories When the Opponents are Really Loud: The Fight for Clean Energy and the Clean Power Plan

Despite the Supreme Court's recent decision to put a temporary hold on the Clean Power Plan, climate and public health advocates and activists are still making one thing clear: it...

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Posted by | May 10, 2016
When We Fight, We Win!: The Role of Art and Culture in Movement Building

What is the role of art and culture in movement building? How are we developing artist leadership in cultural organizing? How do we create structures which support cultural work in...

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Posted by | May 10, 2016
#TalkingWhileBlack: Recognizing and Combating LGBTQ Racism

If we are ever to achieve full equality, we must figure out how to strengthen our bonds while standing firm in demanding respect for our unique Black culture and history...

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Posted by | May 10, 2016
Healing Justice, Love and Liberation: Is The Movement Killing You?

While it has always been true, it seems today’s life or death stakes, high-stress environment means front-line activists face increasing amounts of stress, pressure and violence or threats of violence...

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Posted by | April 19, 2016
Into the Hornet’s Nest: How Women of Color are Leading the Fight Against the Hyde Amendment [Voter Pick]

For 40 years the Hyde Amendment has targeted poor women, women of color, and young women by banning abortion coverage from Medicaid, condemning many to unsafe procedures or unwanted pregnancies.Women...

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