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Posted by | August 13, 2020
Your Anti-Sexist, Anti-Racist Guide to Supporting Women Running—Starting with the VP Nominee

Join us for an IGNITE style session that will delve into the challenges facing womxn, particularly womxn of color, that seek leadership roles and run for office. Our emcee, Muthoni...

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Posted by | August 10, 2020
What We Mean When We Say Defund the Police (and How We Plan to Do It)

Join us for a panel conversation with the Movement For Black Lives and the role they are playing to defund the police and defend Black lives.

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Posted by | August 7, 2020
The Biden Campaign Strategy for Progressive Victory In November

Join Ashley Allison, Director of the Biden Campaign Coalitions Department; Cristobal Alex, Biden Campaign Senior Advisor and Founding President of Latino Victory Fund; longtime progressive organizer Heather Booth, now Director...

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Posted by | July 23, 2020
The Road to Recovery: Progressive Economic Policy in a Post-Trump, Post-COVID America

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked financial havoc on millions of Americans. And while the national response to this crisis has been poorly managed from the start, working families have been...

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Posted by | July 16, 2020
Protecting the Vote: A Discussion with Secretaries of State

Join us for a discussion of key voting rights and election issues leading into the 2020 presidential election with the Democratic election officials on the front lines of protecting the...

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Posted by | July 13, 2020
How the West was Won (and Keeps Winning)

Colorado was deep red for decades before 2006, and the state's politics were dominated by religious conservatives, fossil fuel companies, chambers of commerce and ideological extremists. The state constitution was...

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Posted by | July 13, 2020
Climate Change and COVID-19: What the Pandemic Teaches Us About Preparing for Disaster

We’re seeing firsthand how a lack of preparedness can exacerbate challenges like pandemics and natural disasters. The consequences are magnified even further by racial and other social injustices. If governments...

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Posted by | July 2, 2020
A Crip Camp Discussion: Community Building as Movement Building

Netflix’s award-winning documentary, Crip Camp, chronicles the story of the disability rights movement through the lens of those who led it: disabled people. Moreover, it shares about the transformative power...

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Posted by | July 1, 2020
Building Racial Equity: Democratic AGs On the Front Lines

Democratic AGs have been on the frontlines protecting vulnerable communities from defending DACA at the Supreme Court and protecting health care to confronting the COVID-19 crisis and reforming our criminal...

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Posted by | June 24, 2020
Disinformation in the 2020 Campaign: Who’s Behind It? (It’s Not Just Russia)

According to Recode, 'many news publications—including established outfits like the Post, Miami Herald, Buzzfeed and Vox, as well as controversial alt-right hubs like InfoWars—were duped into citing nefarious tweets in...

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