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Posted by | July 14, 2017
DFA’s Nnnual NN17 Candidate Happy Hour

Every year, we gather some of the rising progressive stars who are building people-powered campaigns to win in the districts to watch. Grab a drink on us, meet these superstar...

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Posted by | June 27, 2017
Interfaith Service

Please join us Sunday morning for our annual interfaith service. People of all faiths and no faith are welcome. We use readings from many faith traditions contributed by past attendees...

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Posted by | June 27, 2017
The New Tools Showcase

Come learn about the latest voting, organizing, campaigning, make-the-world-a-better-place technology solution—and cast your vote for the best ones. The New Tools Showcase is a great way to get the inside...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Keep Marching! How Connecting Locally Builds Power for Local and National Progressive Wins

The Women's March was among many post-election on-the-ground actions reflecting our desire to gather in real life to express political power and will and to meet and support each other....

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Taking Seats at the Table: Black Women at the Intersection of Politics and Activism

White women voted for Donald Trump by 53 percent, while 94 precent of Black women voted for Hillary Clinton. Democrats won the 2013 Virginia Governor's election, particularly because of black...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
#BadassHelenKeller and #FierceFannieLou: How Disability Can Save the Progressive Movement

Fannie Lou Hamer was involuntarily sterilized because of polio in her 20s and often talked about the additional oppression she fought because of her health. Helen Keller was more than...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Ending the Myth of the Welfare Queen

Throughout the country, reproductive justice and anti-poverty movements are coming together to change the narrative about who gets welfare and why. They are doing so while building campaigns to repeal...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Indivisible Women: Mobilizing and Rising Up in Rural America

Indivisible Women, established in a rural community in a red district in a blue state and recognized as one of the larger Indivisible groups in the nation, is creating a...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
Keep Your (Tiny, White) Hands Off Me: Strategies and Solutions for Black and Brown Bodily Autonomy

Since becoming president, Donald Trump has issued a series of unprecedented attacks on the autonomy of black and brown bodies in America and around the world, including attempting to forcibly...

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Posted by | June 6, 2017
A Progressive Vision of Universal Basic Income

Interest in universal basic income has surged in recent years, as it's become more apparent that the way our economy operates is leaving many people behind. While basic income has...

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