Democratic AF

Home page for resources related to voter registration, civic education, community organizing, and getting democratic AF.

The Democratic AF videocast features interviews with folks involved with political organizing, voter registration efforts, civic education and engagement, and other creative rabblerousing. We'll announce upcoming episodes on our Facebook page, and you can watch the livestream on the viewer above. (NOTE: To chat with us during the livestream, go to our YouTube page. When we are not actually streaming live, the player above won't play anything. Scroll down for past episodes.)

Dear Little Bobby - Pyragraph

Dear Little Bobby: Depressed About Politics

Little Bobby Tucker

I want to work on making things better, by voting, by talking about this stuff online and in person, by recognizing my white male privilege and not abusing it, by being a vegetarian, because “human privilege” exists too (and I know that the way we treat animals reflects how we treat each other).

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Keshet Salon for Women and Creativity - Pyragraph

Watering the Seeds of Failure

Keshet

Keshet’s Carolyn Tobias asks: How do we water the seeds of failure to have that pain actually produce something valuable? Learning is a verb; an action; a continual process. Learning from failure is actively choosing to see each failure as the beginning, and not the end.

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Rock concert - Pyragraph

So You’ve Got a White Supremacist in the Audience

Aaron J. Shay

Staying silent is a way of obeying the rules and protecting yourself while doing nothing to address the bigotry on display in front of you. Every day that a bigot thinks they can get away with their hatred in public is another day they can influence others to their way of thinking.

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Juan and Ayala - Pyragraph

10 Ways to Survive as a Musician in London

Guest Blogger

The music industry is not going to end, of course. In fact, I feel positive that it could become the biggest it’s ever been. The demand for music is high. So what needs to be done to get there and how can musicians like me survive in the changing times?

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