Posted by | July 10, 2023
HUD vs. Chicago: How a Fight for Civil Rights Resulted in a Landmark Land-Use Settlement between HUD and the City

On October 2, 2020, People for Community Recovery, Chicago South East Side Coalition to Ban Petcoke, and Southeast Environmental Task Force filed a groundbreaking civil rights complaint. It exposed a...

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Posted by | June 27, 2023
Screening and Q&A: Enfield: What is Inherited

At the center of the documentary is Mondale Robinson, the mayor of Enfield, North Carolina. After years of effective political and grassroots work around the country, Mondale returned to his...

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Posted by | June 21, 2023
Enough for All of Us: Supporting New Arrivals and Long-term Residents with Solidarity, Justice and Abundance

The arrival of tens of thousands of asylum-seekers in major northern cities over the past year has sharpened the national debate on immigration and the federal resources that would be...

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Posted by | June 15, 2023
Coalitions and Cultural Competency in Campaigns: How We Include Our Communities in the Work

Developing cultural competency when connecting with voters from diverse backgrounds is essential to Democrats winning up and down the ballot. In this panel, we will hear from DNC staff on...

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Posted by | June 6, 2023
Screening: A Run for More

Growing up, Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe learned to be a fighter, but never imagined having a chance to make history as the first openly elected transgender official in Texas. Unfolding amidst an...

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Posted by | April 25, 2023
Screening and Q&A: Higher Power

Recreational cannabis use is legal in Washington, D.C. Recreational cannabis sales are not. Higher Power uses the stories of Black Washingtonians navigating this gray space while fighting to enter the...

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Posted by | April 25, 2023
Screening and Q&A: From the Hood to the Holler

For Kentucky, 2020 was an especially difficult year. The Covid-19 crisis compounded with the aftermath of Breonna Taylor’s murder highlighted systemic issues in a state that has suffered from stark...

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Posted by | April 20, 2023
Fan Activism: Building Joyful Organizing Movements Through Pop Culture

The digital age has given rise to a form of organizing called fan activism, when civic engagement and political participation emerge from fandoms of popular books, television shows, films and...

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Posted by | April 18, 2023
Designs on Democracy: The Roles and Responsibilities of Graphic Designers

As graphic designers and media makers, how can we best develop strategic visual communication to win campaigns and stay accountable to the leadership of community organizers? Join us for a...

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