With recent defeats for the UK and US Left, it is vital we address how we build power post-Corbyn and Bernie. What can we learn from challenges of competing for state power and building movements? How can we maintain the energy and infrastructure built during that period? Are our organising methods still relevant in this new context and how can we innovate? Join activists from across the UK and US left for an exciting exchange of experiences and ideas.
Becky is a co-author of “Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything” about her experiences on Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign and is the co-founder of The Social Practice and Real Justice PAC.
Amy is a Sunrise Movement Organizer & Trainer. As a hub coordinator, she has directed several progressive campaigns in an ultra-conservative state.
Beth is a Labour Party community organiser who led the election campaign in Putney in 2019. Beth was previously national training organiser for Momentum.
Chris is the Organizing Director of Real Justice PAC and of the Grassroots Law Project.
Is the co-founder of the Movement School and was Deputy Organizing Director for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's campaign for Congress.
Jean Ross has been an acute-care registered nurse for over 35 years and is President of National Nurses United.