Archive for January 2018

MPP National Conference Call – 1/25/18

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On our national conference call on Thursday January 25th,  we discussed several ways the Democratic Party continues to work against the people and progressive candidates. They betrayed the Dreamers four times by not insisting that DACA be a part of the budget talks in Congress. This occurred even though many Dreamers met with Democratic party…

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MPP National Conference Call – 1/18/18

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The Movement for a People’s Party is growing quickly as we continue to build new MPP chapters across the country! To help you build yours, please look at our Chapter Building Guide . It will show you step-by-step how to organize an MPP chapter. If you have questions, email us at organize@ForAPeoplesParty.org. On this week’s national conference…

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MPP National Conference Call – 1/11/18

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On this week’s call, Nick Brana discussed his recent interviews, upcoming events, successful peoples’ movements in Europe, and updates concerning ranked choice voting (RCV) in Maine. Jud talked about the Democratic Socialists of America’s Reformation Caucus’ proposal for an electoral strategy and his meeting with Georgia DSA member Brad Lathem. Carol Ehrle outlined our upcoming…

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National Conference Call – 1/04/18

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Happy New Year! We hope you enjoyed the holiday season and are now ready to forge ahead with building a people’s party. On our first national conference call of 2018, we focused on the importance of planning MPP chapter meetings, including campus chapters, and continuing to attend progressive groups meetings in order to build up…

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How Did You Get Here? – 1/04/18

Each of us has a story about how we abandoned the lesser-evil faction of the Duopoly. Here’s mine. I became eligible to vote in 1972; that year I eagerly supported George McGovern, the only Democratic nominee to this day I’ve been enthusiastic about. In 1976, I supported progressive Arizona Congressman Mo Udall; I got Jimmy…

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