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Posted by | June 22, 2015
State Caucus: Nevada

Come to one of our state and regional caucuses to meet folks from your home area and hear what others are working on.

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Undocumented in Arizona: Immigrant Leaders Share their Stories

Arizona is ground zero for many anti-immigrant laws and for harsh treatment of immigrants. What is daily life like under these conditions? What is the impact of the deportation system...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Creative Disruption: Culture Jamming, Subversive Actions and Media Tactics for a 2.0 World

How can we use creative disruption to interrupt injustice, advance our campaigns and shift culture? We'll explore the evolution of tactics in the age of social media, where our ability...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
What’s Next? What Every Organizer Should Know about the Future of Health Reform

Getting the Affordable Care Act up and running was a giant step forward—but it was only one step of many that still need to be taken. This panel will look...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Detention, Determination and New Organizing Behind Bars

Hunger strikes and challenges to individual cases of abuse have exposed the harsh conditions inside for-profit detention centers and galvanized organizing in the migrant rights movement on the outside. Former...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Confronting Exploitation, Retaliation and Deportation to Build Power for Immigrant Workers

The fear of deportation has made it easy for bad employers to exploit and retaliate against workers who try to assert their rights. This has played into the power divide...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
To Change Everything, It Takes Everyone: Lessons from the People’s Climate March

The People's Climate March on September 21, 2014, was the largest and most diverse climate march in history. More than 400,000 people took to the streets of New York City...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Black Mess on Black Mesa

What is happening on Black Mesa, Arizona today compared throughout the years to what has happened in mountain communities in Appalachia by the coal industry? Shared human rights abuses at Black...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Turning Young Activism into Policy

Millennials are inspiring and influencing public policy in a number of ways. The panel will look to inspire and encourage your emerging and future leadership. Through their grassroots efforts encompassing...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Love is a Revolutionary Act: Using Culture to Shift Narratives in Communities of Color

Shifting hearts and minds is one of the core principles of community organizing. But how do you do it well? Art and storytelling can be fantastic tools for culture shifting...

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