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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Redistricting: What Happened? What Did We Learn? What’s Next?

The redistricting cycle this year was unlike any other. From Trump’s political meddling in the census to an adjusted timeline of redistricting data to unprecedented attacks on the Voting Rights...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Amplifying Abolition: How Storytelling Can Advance Transformative Justice

Abolitionist filmmaking requires abolitionist approaches. This panel will explore how narrative and storytelling can advance prison industrial complex abolition organizing and transformative justice. We’ll start this panel with a preview...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Inside the Ten-Year, Multiracial Base-Building Plan in Predominantly White Kentucky

We all saw and benefitted from the long-term vision and drive of organizing groups in Georgia in 2020. To further break up the GOP stronghold on federal power, we have...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Building the Bench: Racial Equity and Diversity Downballot

While it's no secret this will be a challenging midterm year, we must not lose sight of the tremendous opportunities this year offers as well. In many states and districts—some...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
Building the Best Case for a Progressive Economic Message

In the last four years, Navigator Research has sought to understand how to craft an economic argument that resonates with a Americans while also dismantling the false conservative economic narrative...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
Dying to Breathe: The Need for a Green New Deal for the Steel Industry

Steel and concrete manufacturing constitute the nation’s largest source of greenhouse gas emissions accounting for 30% of U.S. climate pollution. Beyond greenhouse gases, these industries produce highly toxic pollution that...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
How to Protect Indigenous Sacred Places so the World Can Go Green Honestly

Indigenous people and the special places they hold sacred have come under threat and destruction from global resource extraction industries in a “Green New Deal” response to climate change. With...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
Examining Consolidation in Progressive Tech

After a wave of consolidation in recent years, many of the most utilized tech and data tools in progressive organizing are now owned by a limited number of corporate and...

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Posted by | June 7, 2022
How to Avoid Being So Data-Driven That You Miss Underrepresented Audiences

Some of the most powerful technologies for progressive organizing of the past decade—digital fundraising optimization, 1:1 matching ads, voter file enrichment, and more—systematically miss underrepresented audiences like young people, people...

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