Everytown, Moms Demand Action, and the Bigfooting of March For Our Lives: How the Gun Safety Movement Became a Monoculture
28
10
A conversation with Eitan Hersh, author of the 2020 book Politics is for Power, on what has, or hasn't, changed since he wrote it.
9
1
History and the majority are on our side; now it's time to organize the power needed to win.
8
How national Democrats have yet to shift strategies. Plus, why the climate justice movement isn't a Potemkin village.
4
The founder of the Democracy Alliance, who died last week, tried to copy the Right's infrastructure-building but wealthy Democratic donors had other…
6
4
Why just-in-time, top-down, data-driven campaigning and celebrity endorsements can't beat the power of actual community-building.
9
Culture eats politics for breakfast, so climate activists ought to seize the moment created by Netflix and Hollywood.
6
5
Five years after the Women's March and a few days after the final collapse of Democratic voting rights efforts, it's time to start anew and organize…
4
10
How six groups have pivoted to deal with changing conditions and challenges. Plus, when will Democrats stop acting like it's business as usual in…
4
The field of tech for good has a wealthy new benefactor, but a global conference based in Bucharest begs to differ.
9
1
A new study shows how dependence on social media is remaking local civic life, causing the "evaporation" of politics.
1
1
A guest post from Libby Falck on "Building a Case for Human-Centered Design in Organizing."
3
6