Nick Troiano joins The Great Battlefield podcast to discuss his involvement in the political reform movement, running for U.S. Congress as an independent and what Unite America is doing to reduce partisan extremism.
The Great Battlefield podcast stops by the home of Billy Wimsatt to hear about his career as an author, entrepreneur, activist and how his current endeavor, Movement Voter Project, is aligning donors and grassroots organizations.
Ashindi and Hali join The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about how they've researched, reached out and built a community for donors across race and experience, through their organization Donors of Color.
Mike Monetta joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about how Wolf-PAC, started by Cenk of the Young Turks, is working to make politicians accountable to people. He wants to fix our election financing system by adding a 28th amendment after state initiated Constitutional convention.
Mike Sager sits down with The Great Battlefield podcast to discuss his extensive career in tech and politics and what he's doing as CTO at EMILY'S List, an organization dedicated to electing pro-choice women to office.
The Great Battlefield podcast sits down with author John Judis to talk about his career as a political analyst, journalist and historian. As well as his recent books "The Populist Explosion" and "The Nationalist Revival".
Cristina Sinclaire joins The Great Battlefield podcast to discuss her career and how Clarity Campaign Labs is helping Democrats and other progressive organizations through polling, advanced modelling and analytics.
At just 19 years of age, Katie Eder joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about how she is helping to coordinate and assist youth led social change organizations and initiatives through Future Coalition.
Marlon Marshall joins The Great Battlefield podcast to share his experience working for the presidential campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, the White House, political entrepreneurship and how 270 Strategies is helping progressive organizations win.
Matt Morrison stops by The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about how Working America, with over 3.5 million members, is engaging the workforce and going door to door to bring about progressive political change in the country.
Sean McElwee joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about how to sell progressive policies and promote them correctly by understanding public opinion. Sean also hosts a well known weekly progressive happy hour in New York City.
Vanessa Wruble joins The Great Battlefield podcast to tell her story of how she helped to organize the Women's March on Washington in 2017, how she helped to redefine the narrative of African culture and what March On is doing now.
Bart Myers joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about the open political community platform he built, Countable, and how some groups use a version for engaging their own communities and driving action for their political causes.
Another in the Louisiana series, The Great Battlefield podcast sits down with Erick Sanchez at his home in New Orleans to discuss some of his independent projects, like getting Kenny Loggins to play in his living room, viral marketing and how his firm Quixotic is getting teachers in to local office.