Tickets for Oakland, September 10th Train the Trainer Session

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July 27 RRI Mailing: Stories about trainings

Across the country, educators are finding ways to spread the word about the damage runaway inequality is doing to our country. Check out the stories below from New York and Texas and some upcoming events in California and North Carolina. Staten Island, NY Austin, TX Oakland, CA: Train-the-trainer, Sept. 10 Wilmington, NC: “What Happened to the …

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Organizing in Staten Island

Jane LaTour spent some time visiting activists on Staten Island, the most conservative of New York City’s five boroughs, and finds a progressive culture among the union organizers and peace advocates there. She visited a Runaway Inequality forum on June 22nd, and reports about what she learned. “On June 22nd, Sustainable Staten Island held a …

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The Danger of Permanent War

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Gallery: A Workshop for DSA in Austin TX, July 8, 2017

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The Reversing Runaway Inequality Petition is Live!

For the past few weeks we’ve been testing the wording and delivery methods for the Reversing Runaway Inequality Petition, a program of policy ideas designed to reverse runaway inequality. Now the test is done and we’ve gone live. The petition is going out first to the Runaway Inequality Education Network, and the hope is other …

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