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Posted by | July 14, 2015
Regional Caucus: New England

Come meet other organizers from New England and learn about the work that's going on around our region. Contact: Will Ikard, will -at- mainesmallbusiness.org And RSVP to the event on...

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Posted by | July 3, 2015
Lessons Learned: Scaling culture projects from grassroots to global using tech

Do you have dreams of reaching folks on a pop-culture level with your talent or want to bring together artists to move a message forward?  We've pulled together a dynamic...

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Posted by | June 19, 2015
The Media Matters Happy Hour (That The Koch Brothers Don’t Want You To Attend)

Join the myth-busting team from Media Matters for America for a cold pint and good conversation immediately following the panel, "Inclusion Matters: The Whys And Hows of Expanding Progressive Engagement...

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Posted by | June 17, 2015
Music for Black and Brown Lives

This panel will discuss the intricacies of succeeding as an artist and how/why people choose to make art and music that strengthens black and brown communities.

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Posted by | May 28, 2015
You don’t have to know Jay-Z: Activating untapped networks of artists

In the 2014 election, the ACLU of CA partnered with other statewide organizations to execute a public education campaign on felony disenfranchisement, aka the "Let Me Vote" (LMV) campaign. Much...

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Posted by | May 28, 2015
People’s Climate March: Music and Art in service of social movements

People's Climate March core-organizers will discuss the importance of music and art in support of the Peoples Climate Movement.

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Posted by | May 28, 2015
The Arizona Sound Strike: 5 years later

Five years ago, as one of the nation’s most restrictive immigration laws was set to go into affect in Arizona, Zach Dela Rocha of Rage Against the Machine organized the...

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Posted by | May 28, 2015
Arts Activism Amidst Borders & Ecological Collapse

“The skin of the Earth is seamless, the sea cannot be fenced. El mar does not stop at borders.” – Gloria Anzaldua Every year, half a million immigrants risk their...

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Posted by | May 28, 2015
Lights, Camera, Protest

Come to learn tactical skills on how to produce your own light-based protest signs from the ones who do it best. Bring a camera if you have one and a...

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Posted by | May 28, 2015
How to start a riot: Grrls, queers, and other rabble rousers

Radical activists and change-makers will share experiences of how they used art, music, and other creative mediums to move the needle on progress in popular culture and in politics.

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