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Wednesday, April 21st | 11 AM-12:30 PM Eastern Time

What’s the difference between a movement that wins victories for its constituents and one that fails? What are the factors that make collective action powerful?

We will be joined by Elizabeth McKenna, to talk about her upcoming book Prisms of the People: Power & Organizing in Twenty-First-Century America to explore answers to these questions.

Elizabeth McKenna is a postdoctoral scholar at the SNF Agora Institute and P3 Lab. She received her Ph.D. in sociology from the University of California, Berkeley, and uses multiple methods (ethnographic, interview, spatial, and network analysis) to study how right and left-wing movements build political power.

Come and learn how organizations built a committed and flexible constituency base, and translated their capacity into effective political power!

Click here to register now (Registration deadline: April 20th 23:59 ET)

Open session, everyone welcome!