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Posted by | September 30, 2021
Early Investments, Coalition Building, and Protecting the Right to Vote: How the Democratic Party is Paving the Road to 2022 and Beyond

In 2020, record numbers of key Democratic coalition voters turned out for President Biden, Vice President Harris, and Democrats up and down the ballot. The DNC and state parties are...

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Posted by | September 27, 2021
Until Everyone is Safe: An Action Session with the People’s Vaccine Alliance

The COVID pandemic is one of the most important inequality issues of our time. Activists from the People’s Vaccine Alliance are calling for world leaders to go beyond empty promises...

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Posted by | September 9, 2021
Balancing Our Criminal Justice System: From Reform Prosecutors to Public Defender Judges

The movement to elect reform prosecutors is redefining prosecution and reshaping our criminal justice system, but these efforts will not be fully realized unless we also bring balance to our...

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Posted by | September 9, 2021
#CareCantWait: A Rising Movement for Transformative Change

Our fragile care infrastructure is as critical to our economy as roads and bridges. And a powerful movement is growing to make the transformative structural changes that workers, families, and...

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Posted by | September 8, 2021
Build Broadband Better

The COVID-19 pandemic has made affordable, reliable broadband service more important than ever. It has also exposed the gaps in coverage. Billions in federal, state and local funds have been...

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Posted by | September 7, 2021
Afghanistan: The Cost of War, the Future for Afghans, and How to End Our Endless Wars

Come join some of the leading anti-militarism leaders in the progressive movement to reflect on the end of two decades of U.S. war in Afghanistan, what's next for people in...

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Posted by | September 7, 2021
Pass the PRO Act: Lift up ALL Workers

Research from Gallup shows that 68% of Americans approve of labor unions, including 77% of young people, the highest mark in 56 years. MIT estimates that 60 million workers would...

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Posted by | September 6, 2021
Climate Change, Climate Risk and the Federal Reserve: Why the Fed Must Take Action

This panel will discuss why the Fed must use its existing powers to supervise banks and other financial institutions on climate risk, use regulation to ensure financial stability, and manage...

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Posted by | September 6, 2021
The Datapocalypse: How Progressives Can Navigate the Changing Landscape of Data

The digital data space and user privacy standards are undergoing major changes. “Cookie-pocalypse” will shake up digital ads. There are changes coming to peer-to-peer mobile messaging and 10DLC, shifts in...

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Posted by | September 6, 2021
Demystifying Mobile Messaging: Learn Best Practices from the Experts

As progressive changemakers, we need multi-channel engagement—through email and mobile messaging—in order to stand out, cut through the noise, and deliver meaningful actions to our supporters. That’s where mass mobile...

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