Our final podcast before the 2018 mid-terms. Take a listen for your last pep-talk and suggestions for how to make sure people turn out on Tuesday. We also go a bit deep and dark, but try to end on a positive note. Do your good in the world. Also, VOTE.
Micah and Sara talk with Mike Queen, Deputy Chief of Staff and Communications Director for West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner. We focus on youth civic engagement and the West Virginia connection to voters's rights for 18-year-olds. We also take your questions and focus on 21st century technology, vote by mail, and security.
The youth vote is one of the most important and untapped in the U.S. But great groups, like Inspire, work with youth leaders in schools to encourage voter engagement among high school students. Join us as we talk with Hilary Kinney, West Virginia leader and all around great person, as we discuss how to engage the youth.
What's it like to be a community activist, fired up by the passion of Bernie Sanders? And how do you then become a county party executive? Take a listen to this week's podcast to hear the evolution of of an activist. Plus, how the Blue Wave can succeed.
What would you do if confronted with extreme racism? We're confronted with videos of non-white Americans facing harassment and brutality. How can White allies respond? We don't have all of the answers -- and welcome yours. But it has to start somewhere.
We talk with a local leader about what saving a forest means to him. Plus, Sara, Megan, and Micah riff like the good ol' days -- with discussions of dialogue, building bridges, and voting (YOU HAVE TO DO IT!).
Want to get to know what candidates for like? What music pumps them up? Fuel for the campaign? Check out this podcast and hear from Danielle Walker and Evan Hansen as we discuss tales from the campaign trail.
Progressives fared well in the West Virginia primary in 2018. Check out our analysis of why progressives shouldn't be ignored here. Plus, we touch base with Democratic candidate for WV-01, Kendra Ferchee.