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Equal Citizens Blog

Democracy Illustrated: A New Graphic Novel About Democracy

Title Democracy Illustrated: A New Graphic Novel About Democracy Description: In this episode, Adam Eichen speaks with MapLight president Daniel Newman, who just authored a new graphic novel about democracy reform, Unrig: How to Fix Our Broken Democracy. The two...

Larry Lessig talk with Andrew Yang

Title Larry Lessig talk with Andrew Yang Today, we bring you a recast of a recent of episode of Yang Speaks, in which Equal Citizens founder Larry Lessig spoke with Andrew Yang about how we can reform our democracy. They discuss dialing for dollars, the theory that...

Selecting the President, Today and In The Future (Recast)

Title Bonus: Selecting the President, Today and In The Future (Recast) In this special episode, we bring you a recast of an episode of the Democracy Works podcast featuring Equal Citizens founder Larry Lessig. He appeared with Meredith McGehee, executive...

Alan Khazei on our “Great Awakening”

Title Alan Khazei on our "Great Awakening" Larry Lessig talks to Alan Khazei, who is running for Congress in the Massachusetts' Fourth District, about "democracy entrepreneurs," ending corruption, and how to build a broad coalition to fight for reform....

Associated Press: Alaska absentee application mailings discriminatory

A lawsuit filed Friday says state elections officials are discriminating by mailing unprompted absentee ballot applications to older Alaskans but not to all qualified voters. The lawsuit, filed in state court in Anchorage, seeks to have applications sent ahead of the...

Rep. Ro Khanna Thinks Ending Corruption Is Possible

Title Rep. Ro Khanna Thinks Ending Corruption Is Possible U.S. Representative Ro Khanna speaks with Larry Lessig about his effort to reform our democracy, end corruption, and reduce the impact of money in politics. They talk about working with both Bernie,...

Medium: Georgia’s Election Meltdown Explained

After the primary election in Georgia on June 9th, we now know what the worst case scenario looks like. A perfect storm created an election meltdown, where voters were subjected to confusion, exposure to the virus, and wait times upwards of four...

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