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Posted by | August 1, 2022
Exposing & Surviving Domestic Terrorism and the Crisis of Racism: The Threat to Cities like Buffalo Across America

Join us for a discussion on domestic terrorism, gun reform, the need for diversity in education, and the crisis of racism in America. The racially motivated attack at a grocery...

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Posted by | July 26, 2022
Data-Driven Organizing: The Progressive Antidote to Dark Money

In the 2022 midterms cycle, the progressive movement has seen an influx of dark money in addition to IE spending to buy elections against progressive candidates. While in the immediate...

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Posted by | July 7, 2022
Cross Culture Collaboration in Times of Crisis

Attendees will have an opportunity to hear from diverse community leaders who worked together during the Covid-19 pandemic to help marginalized communities. Volunteers from different sectors worked together in creative...

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Posted by | June 29, 2022
Post-Roe Doesn’t Mean Post-Abortion … If You Step Up

Where do we go from here in a post-Roe world? What do you need to think about? What do you NOT need to think about? We have the people to tell...

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Posted by | June 18, 2022
The Aftermath of Dobbs: State Attorneys General and the Fight for Abortion Access

Recently, a draft opinion of the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization leaked and showed a Supreme Court prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade. Currently, thirteen states have trigger...

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Posted by | June 15, 2022
Fighting for Care, For Us, and For Our Future!

Care. Can't. Wait. Economic frameworks that leave out women and families don’t work for anyone. Policies that make invisible the unpaid and paid labor of women and caregivers who make...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
Avoiding Past Mistakes: Lessons Learned in Virginia in 2021

What really happened in Virginia in 2021? What will progressives in other states learn from this panel that they can use in 2022 elections–especially down ballot? Hot takes abounded in...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
The Intersections of the Supreme Court’s Decision on Abortion Rights

The Supreme Court’s approaching decision in a challenge to Mississippi’s unconstitutional 15-week abortion ban will predictively be unfavorable. Abortion restrictions have a massive impact on people’s lives in more ways...

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Posted by | June 10, 2022
The Power of Personal Storytelling: Using Your Story to Change Hearts, Minds and the World

You can use your personal story to change hearts and minds. This is especially true of life-changing experiences. These activists have learned from their personal journeys and then advocated for...

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Posted by | June 9, 2022
Building a Movement for Gun Violence Prevention

The gun violence epidemic took the lives of 1,752 Pennsylvanians and injured roughly 3,000 more in 2020. Nationally, 45,222 Americans died from firearms in 2020. This public health crisis is...

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