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Posted by | June 7, 2017
AAPIs Sharing Effective Strategies for Resisting and Mobilizing

Democrats and progressives need a roadmap to taking back our country. We need to spend the next four years focused on mobilizing hundreds of thousands of new voters—primarily key AAPI...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Parenting in the Resistance

Parents are an important but often overlooked center of political and economic power, but parents and other caregivers face unique challenges in movement building and resistance work. How do we...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Can Latino Men be Organized to Fight Back?

The 2016 election had a few bright spots, but for the most part, Democrats failed to turn out enough of its base. One of the key constituencies that demands further...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Resisting with Vision: Building the Abortion Rights Movement City by City

2017 brought seismic shifts to D.C., but abortion advocates have been working in a hostile climate for years. States enacted 288 restrictions on abortion access from 2011-2015 alone. The Hyde...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
The Intersection of Human Trafficking and Sexual Violence

Atlanta is a major transportation hub when it comes to trafficking young girls from Mexico and is one of 14 U.S. cities with the highest levels of sex trafficking of...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Local Food Policies: Converting a Food Desert to a Food Oasis

Whether challenging the municipal urban agriculture ordinance in Boston to treat Black women farmers equally or converting a Georgia food desert to a food oasis, resistance is being fought to...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
FinTech: How Can Innovation Advance Civil Rights?

The emerging financial technology industry serves a multi-trillion dollar market that includes online consumer lending, college savings, payment processing for businesses, money transfers, wealth management, virtual currency, and much more....

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Prohibition, Mass Incarceration and Racism: How We Can Halt the Prison Pipeline for Cannabis Use

Millions of people in the United States are incarcerated for cannabis possession, and the majority of those are minorities and the poor. Mass incarceration of minorities and the poor for...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
The Language of Resistance: Messaging and Content Creation to Combat Islamophobia

In an age where breaking through echo chambers and opinion bubbles is harder than ever, learn how to use proven message testing research to create relevant content for a variety...

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