Netroots Nation 2015 Day 3 was a day of protests, candidate meetups, and candidate speeches that was long but very effective.
This misinformed Latino Phoenix Arizona resident illustrated perfectly why it is difficult to get unity in a cause.
Elizabeth Warren proves that based on social & economic values, the American people are in fact progressives.
Marsha Monestersky explained that Peabody Coal Company along with Senator John McCain sold out the grandmothers.
Netroots Nation Day 2 seems like it was the day of the caucuses. I attended the Latino Caucus, the Texas Caucus, and the Black Caucus.
I took a selfie with Goldie Taylor and got schooled on why women wear makeup in the process, enlightening.
Netroots Nation Day 1 was was eventful from the beginning. As activists came in it was like old times.
Patrick Morales is one of the youngest officials elected in Arizona. He is an activist building the Bernie Sanders grassroots movement in Arizona.
My disappointment with some Netroots Nation Liberal brothers and sisters was their willful inability to empathize. The post-mortem after many have reevaluated gives me great hope.
Change can be painful & raucous. Patrisse Cullors & cohort are instrumental in focusing on an existential problem.