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Posted by | July 12, 2015
How to Win Friends and Influence People at Netroots Nation

First-time Netroots attendee? Not the hugest fan of conferences? Scared about meeting all these people? This session’s for you. Networking gets a bad rap, but we’ll unpack some tips and...

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Posted by | June 19, 2015
A progressive U.S. foreign policy begins in Iran (sponsored panel)

Negotiators from six world powers negotiated a strong deal with Iran to limit its nuclear program. In the months leading up to the final agreement, hawks in Congress went into...

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Posted by | June 19, 2015
A Movement Not a Moment: Fighting Fast Track in Arizona (sponsored panel)

Over the past year, progressive activists have joined together across the country to organize unprecedented grassroots opposition to the deeply flawed Fast Track process for passing trade deals. In this...

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Posted by | May 29, 2015
A Streetcar Named Deception (sponsored panel)

Streetcars are enjoying a renaissance as a funky, classic mode of transportation through historic and commercial areas of cities. From Milwaukee to Kansas City to Tucson, cities are building or...

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Posted by | May 29, 2015
Raising Wages is Common Sense Economics (sponsored panel)

The first step towards fixing income equality is to make sure people understand that the economy isn’t inevitable --  it’s shaped by intentional policy decisions that can and should work...

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Posted by | May 29, 2015
2020 War Room: Update from the Fight to End GOP Gerrymandering (sponsored panel)

Right-wing gerrymandering was bad in 2010, but John Roberts’ Supreme Court can still make it a whole lot worse in 2020 – particularly for Latino and other minority communities who...

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Posted by | May 29, 2015
Education in the 2016 Presidential Campaign (sponsored panel)

The next President will have a huge responsibility in shaping the future of public education in America. Common Core, access to higher education, college affordability, civil rights and equal opportunity...

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Posted by | May 29, 2015
Unions as the Answer to the Defining Issue of our Time (sponsored panel)

It’s no accident that corporate-backed politicians have been on the attack against unions. They know what we have known for a long time: joining a union is one of the...

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Posted by | May 8, 2015
Daring to Internet While Female 2.0

Last year's successful Daring to Internet While Female panel addressed being a woman online and in public spaces. Now, we're following it up with a sequel! We’ve all had experiences...

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Posted by | May 7, 2015
Building Black-Brown Coalitions

A series of highly publicized tragic deaths involving law enforcement have sparked national outrage and vibrant activism, as well as critical racial justice organizing to address widespread racial discrimination and...

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