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Posted by | August 4, 2018
Why the Fight Over Taxes is Central to the Progressive Movement—and Why it’s Not Over

We know the new tax law tilted the tax code further in favor of millionaires, billionaires, and wealthy corporations. But the old tax code was already a key accelerant of...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Designs on Democracy: The Roles and Responsibilities of Graphic Designers in the Trump Era

As graphic designers and media makers, how can we best develop strategic visual communication to win campaigns and stay accountable to the leadership of community organizers? Join us for a...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Not Today, Satan: Using the Internet to Fight Erasure and Displacement in Asian American Communities

As the U.S. hurtles through "modernization" and gentrification, it is important that the histories and people at risk of being displaced are preserved for future generations and for their own...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
The Growing Power of the Equality Vote

The days of politicians attacking and demonizing the LGBTQ community to win elections are over. Increasing support for LGBTQ equality across demographic groups has led us to a tipping point...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
A Green and Brown Coalition: Fighting Trump’s Wall with Diverse Partnerships

The proposed border wall has many negative impacts. There are already miles and miles of "fence" along New Mexico's southern border that have impacted both human life and wildlife along...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Guns Don’t Discriminate, People Do: Equitable Organizing in the Gun Safety Space

Recent school shootings are sparking an incredible movement around ending gun violence this country, but youth in Chicago and New York in predominately black and brown communities have been organizing...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Broke AF: Economic Justice Campaigns to Mobilize and Empower Millennials

Millennials—the largest eligible voting bloc in America—have been ravaged by runaway crony capitalism. Saddled with unprecedented student debt, besieged by unaffordable housing costs, and strained by a gig economy with...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
A Progressive Vision for a 21st Century Social Contract

As progressives engage in urgent fights today, it’s important to also think about where we’re going in the longer term—what does a progressive vision of the future look like? What...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
The Role of Progressive Media in Mobilizing the Resistance

How is progressive media amplifying the voice of the grassroots and the resistance to bring about electoral change? As we move closer to 2018, there is a question of persuasion...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Facing Anti-Muslim Campaigns Head On—and Winning

Anti-Muslim political campaigns have been on the rise in the 2018 and 2017 elections, but they have been losing. These campaigns are inflaming bigotry and hate violence nationwide, but the...

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