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The California Solidarity Conference follows an unconference format that’s not about preselected panels and presentations, but rather collaborative discussions and workshops, with topics put forward by people participating -- meaning you!

This tool will let you submit your ideas for conference sessions, and to vote on the ideas that others have submitted. We look forward to seeing what you come up with!

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Since 1978 the conventional political wisdom in California is that Prop. 13 is the “untouchable third rail” of California politics. This is no longer true.

More and more Californian’s are fed up that corporations, like Chevron and Disney, are eff
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Submitted by Ben1 on 11/22/2017 8:14 PM
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Make College for All a reality

During this session we will discuss the current campaign to make college for all a reality in California.

https://collegeforallca.com/

The College for all Act dedicates more than $3 billion exclusively to
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Submitted by Jazon Woz on 11/29/2017 7:03 PM
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With the $15 minimum wage victory we have taken a big step forward. What other bold ideas are there to tackle extreme inequality, end racial economic exclusion, and get everyone to a decent standard of living?
Submitted by Mark Gomez on 11/28/2017 1:55 AM
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California has been elevated as the progressive counter to the Trump administration, but we’re still struggling to pass progressive legislation within the state. In this session, we’ll reflect on legislative victories and failures in the past year an ... MORE>
Submitted by Jim Pugh on 11/13/2017 9:05 PM
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Elite theorists have long noted how small but influential groups control public policy decisions, setting the agenda and controlling the dialog. For example: although economists and demographers have noted that the contemporary minimum wage needs to ... MORE>
Submitted by Sandhya Anantharaman1 on 12/2/2017 11:15 PM
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Across the country, millions are mobilizing in opposition to Trump and his racist, sexist, xenophobic, corrupt, and plutocratic agenda. Many are newly-minted activists with little background in organizing, digital best practices, or progressive polit ... MORE>
Submitted by Kaili Lambe on 11/21/2017 11:40 PM
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Universal basic income challenges the prevailing narrative of deservedness in the US, by saying that we should guarantee financial security to everyone, regardless of their lifestyle, background, or employment status. Could a campaign for UBI help us ... MORE>
Submitted by Sandhya Anantharaman on 11/20/2017 4:19 PM
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The CA state legislative process is secretive and confusing. Here's the good news: because so few voters know what's going on, your voice can make a big difference! Learn about the convoluted legislative process and how to target your actions to crea ... MORE>
Submitted by Renee Trochet on 12/4/2017 2:17 AM
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What can we do in California to demilitarize our police, our borders, our communities? How can we take the lessons learned from struggles in Palestine and elsewhere and build resistance in our communities to state violence? How can we use the tactic ... MORE>
Submitted by Globalsoil on 11/30/2017 6:10 PM
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Working America, the community union of the AFL-CIO, has been organizing for 14 years, has over 3 million members nationwide, a metric driven, constantly evaluated approach, and is now in California’s Central Valley. Whatever your substantive issue, ... MORE>
Submitted by Fran Schreiberg on 12/1/2017 2:45 AM
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