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Posted by | July 19, 2022
Wellness Hacks for Political Flacks

How many times have you silently thought to yourself, "I just don't have the energy to do this anymore?” or "The way I/we are doing things just isn't sustainable?" You...

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Posted by | July 18, 2022
Let’s Talk About Abortion! Training for Organizers

Want to feel confident talking about abortion with your friends, family, and community members? Come join us! Abortion is a winning issue and we know it’s critical to turn out...

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Posted by | July 5, 2022
Lessons Learned Working in Coalitions Since Everything’s Gone Digital

How can we build the kind of partnerships we need to advance justice together, when so much of what we do is suddenly almost entirely online? In this session we’ll...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Dreams in Debt: How the Racial Wealth Gap Drives Student Lending

Students of color, and in particular Black students, tend to borrow student loans in higher amounts than their peers and borrow more frequently. This is the legacy of the historic...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Engaging Voters, Fighting Disinformation and Winning the Latinx Vote

From Arizona to Nevada, Wisconsin to Georgia, Latinx organizers were critical to driving the needed votes to deliver a decisive win for progressives in 2020. Pundits and many in the...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Virtual Events in an IRL World

Last cycle, campaigns had to shift in-person events like fundraisers, volunteer trainings, and rallies to virtual settings. As we move back to IRL, the benefits of virtual events are too...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
Parenting in the Progressive Movement

It’s no secret that the pandemic has been especially hard for parents and caregivers and that parents across all sectors and of all genders are experiencing burnout at alarming rates....

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
Democrats Desperately Need a Winning Strategy for Public Education

Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe likely lost to Republican Glenn Youngkin in the Virginia race for governor in part because of his failure to respond to Youngkin’s attacks on public schools...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
Building Your Tech Stack 101: Getting Started with Digital Campaign Tools

Choosing to run for office or work on a campaign is a massive decision, but confronting which tech tools to help run your program is arguably even more overwhelming. In...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
TikTok, Influencers, and Breaking the Hiring Model

In 2022, it’s not enough to just hire diverse staff: campaigns need to decentralize campaign power so that political movements can exist beyond the bounds of what (oftentimes white, male...

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