Democracy Happy Hour - July 22, 2020

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Fix Democracy First hosts a weekly Democracy Happy Hour on Wednesdays @ 5-6pm PT. Grab a drink and join us and  learn about the latest democracy efforts, challenges, solutions, as well upcoming events and actions.

Recording from Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020:

Links from Discussion:

John Lewis Was a Hero for Democracy and Civil Rights -

1,000 Public Health Experts Urge Congress To Fund Vote by Mail and Safe In-Person Voting in November -

Access to absentee voting expands in three more states -

Election aid in limbo as talks open on next big virus relief package -

Major USPS Changes Could Hamper Vote-By-Mail At The Worst Possible Time -

P.E.E.R to Peer Playbook: Proven bipartisan solutions for safe voting -

Sixteen States Urge The Supreme Court To Hear The Case To End Super PACs -

Democracy reform groups to Biden: Don't you forget about us -

Conflicted Consequences -

Stop Secret Spending: More Accountability, Less Corruption -

“Outright Lies”: Voting Misinformation Flourishes on Facebook -

We need tougher action against disinformation and propaganda -

Media have helped create a crisis of democracy - now they must play a vital role in its revival -

How Can the Press Best Serve a Democratic Society? -

McLuhan's Tetrad -

Northwest Center for Responsible Media -

FDF Events & Links:

Democracy Through the Looking Glass: Politics & Media in the Post-Truth Era Film Screening & Discussion w/ the filmmaker Kevin Bowe - July 28th @ 6pm PT  -

Fix Democracy First Virtual Volunteer Meeting – Next meeting, August 20th @ 6-7 pm -

Fix Democracy First Volunteer Sign-up Sheet -

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July 22, 2020
3:00 pm
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