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Posted by | August 3, 2018
1 in 5! Incorporating Disability Advocacy across the Progressive Movement

It's currently estimated that 1 in 5 people living in the US have a disability, and that number is set to grow to 1 in 3 in a few years. ...

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Posted by | August 2, 2018
How to Get Folks Woke about Big Wall Street Banks and Racial Justice

In this caucus we will discuss new ideas, lessons learned, and challenges groups have faced in their work to educate people about economic, racial and gender justice. How do we equip and...

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Posted by | August 1, 2018
Anti Nuclear Caucus

The nuclear threat is more real than ever. Join us to talk about the role nuclear disarmament work should play in the broader resistance movement. We'll talk about how we...

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Posted by | August 1, 2018
California Values Caucus

Gavin Newsom will be the next Governor of California (whether you like it or not). How do we make sure he makes California a hub of progressive transformation that sets...

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Posted by | July 31, 2018
Changing Bruh to Bro: POC Communicators / Comms Staff at White-led Organizations”

A caucus of POC/Allied external communicators coming together to discuss the internal and external pressures to code switch and assimilate to a default “white voice” for an assumed/identified white audiences....

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Posted by | July 30, 2018
Religious Left Caucus

Progressive people of faith are on the frontlines of the progressive movement. Immigration, reproductive, LGBTQ, racial, environmental, and economic justice campaigns benefit from rooting advocacy efforts in deep moral and...

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Posted by | July 30, 2018
American Elders Caucus

Voters aged 65+ vote at a higher rate than any other age group, yet they get little attention from progressives. The American Elders Caucus will identify the barriers elders face...

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Posted by | July 29, 2018
Taking Energy from the Educator Spring into November Elections

This spring saw a massive outpouring of teachers taking to the streets to advocate for better teacher pay, increased funding for schools, and an end to the diversion of funds...

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Posted by | July 27, 2018
Immigration Caucus: Building power for the 2018 election and beyond

What does building power for immigrants and communities of color look like in the era of Trump? We'll be talking about how to make our power count in the 2018...

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