Category Archives: politics

Tanene Allison: Follow the Artists to Our New Democracy

EJS has been fortunate to work with Tanene Allison on the past, especially when she worked for the National Campaign to Restore Civil Rights. The topic of dissent and the role of artists in helping us more towards a new and improved American democracy is something that resonates with our work. This was originally published […]
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Calling Bloggers and Social Media Activists of Color!

The Equal Justice Society is proud to support Netroots Nation, the country’s top convention for progressive online activists. We’re encouraging bloggers and social media activists of color to submit session ideas for this year’s gathering by March 31. (Contact me if you need help with submissions.) The fourth annual gathering of the Netroots (formerly known […]
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Video of Mike Lux Talk in San Francisco

UPDATE FEB. 18: The video is being revised so the embedded player doesn’t work right now. I’ll post the new one when it’s done. Almost 75 folks braved the weather on Feb. 15 to meet Mike Lux, author of “The Progressive Revolution: How the Best in America Came To Be,” at San Francisco’s new political […]
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HuffPo: The One Big Thing Bush Did Right

Robert Creamer, writing today on the Huffington Post, gives Bush credit for doing one thing right. History will record that George W. Bush made one critically important contribution to our country — and to the entire world, writes Creamer. He and his administration provided unquestionable proof of the bankruptcy of radical-conservative ideology, and set the […]
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