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Posted by | June 5, 2018
New Phone Who Dis? How to Text Your Community and Not Be Gross

Mobile has become a vital part of progressive campaigns, advocacy organizations, and other movements; and it gives practitioners the opportunity to reach people where they are. Sometimes, investing in mobile...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
The New Digital Mercenaries: Harnessing the Power of Volunteers to Win Elections

The rise of effective online collaboration tools like Slack, peer-to-peer texting platforms, and an energized cadre of activists means that mass deployment of voter outreach operations can be organized and...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Progressive Parenting

Progressive while parenting. Parenting while progressive. Raising kids and doing progressive political work isn't always easy, but it is critical to the success of our movement. In this panel, we'll...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Inclusion Riders for the Movement: Why Inclusive Hiring is Just as Important as Inclusive Elections

Much of the movement’s focus has been on the barriers electing candidates. But what about the staffers who make their offices function, select their priorities, or help communicate those priorities...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Interfaith 2.0: Harnessing the Power of Interfaith Advocacy for Progress

Progressive grassroots advocacy and organizing requires that we promote values of inclusion, equality and justice—and that means recognizing the often overlooked role that communities of faith and conscience play in...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
The Future of Progressive Pop Culture Organizing

The power of pop culture and fandoms are still largely untapped and unorganized by progressives, despite reaching and influencing millions. By engaging with, responding to, and shaping cultural narratives, organizers...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Menstrual Equity: Practical Action to Public Policy

The cultural stigma around menstruation has impeded the implementation of good public policy, allowing the fundamental needs of the impoverished and incarcerated to be ignored. We need to address why...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Moving the Ball Forward in the Deep South: Why What Works in Your Town Doesn’t Work in Ours

Join us for a discussion centered around mid-to small size city organizing in the deep south when relationships and trust are everything and there is plenty on the line. Attendees...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
It Takes Everyone: Building Power to Advance Ambitious Equitable Climate Change Solutions

In order to meaningfully address climate change, the solutions we build must engage a diverse set of stakeholders across issues—from health, to housing, to immigration, to others. Confronting climate change...

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Posted by | June 5, 2018
Beyond Fake News: Opposition Research in a Digital World

Progressive opposition researchers make sure that our organizations are armed with the knowledge and messages they need to fight back on the ground and online, but 2018 is a complicated...

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