Jack Lucero Fleck reponds to Seed The Votes' political assessment, arguing for an increased focus on the dangers of climate change and an intersectional analysis that connects climate to race, immigration, militarism, and jobs.
Progressives will only become a hegemonic force if they join a broad majoritarian coalition to defeat Trump and become a leading force in politics over the next two presidential cycles.
In the inaugural dispatch of our new 2020 election column, Max Elbaum argues that left organizers must focus on defeating Trump, while recognizing that alone is not enough.
Sanders's criminal justice reform plan is stronger than Warren's, but both beat Biden's plan by a long shot—and still have room for growth.
Showing Up for Racial Justice is partnering with the Working Families Party to organize poor and working class whites into a multi-racial coalition to defeat Trump.
James Haslam, executive director of Rights and Democracy (NH + VT), on the organization's recent endorsement of Bernie Sanders as "the movement candidate we need."
A new political project led by organizers in the Bay Area is mobilizing to defeat Trump in 2020. Read the analysis that is guiding their strategy.
OrgUp's Rishi Awatramani sits down to talk with Maurice Mitchell, WFP National Director, about the Warren endorsement and the path to structural change.
Karen Nussbaum, founder of Working America, argues that deep investments in talking with voters, not at them, is key to building long-term power.
Members of the National Union of Healthcare Workers support both. And a Sanders supporter argues that rank-and-file workers can't be taken for granted.