Our New Team

Yesterday, Our Revolution Maryland welcomed its new State Organizing Committee.

We congratulate:

Chair Chrissy Holt

Treasurer Jimmy Tarlau

Secretary Nabi Akinshegun

State Organizing Director Carlos Childs

Member At-Large Ed Fischman

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State Operating Committee Candidates Forum

4/10/21 – SOC Candidates Forum.
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April 2021 Newsletter

To download our April 2021 Newsletter in pdf format for easy reading and active hyperlinks click here.April 2021

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Senator Nina Turner for Congress Fundraiser

February 27th Fundraiser with Special Guests Congresswoman Cori Bush and Councilwoman Gigi Treore.
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Our 2021 Legislative Kickoff!

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Honoring Dr. King’s Legacy

“Now let us begin. Now let us rededicate ourselves in the long and bitter but beautiful struggle for a new world. If we will but make the right choice, we will be able to speed up the day, all over America and all over the world, when justice will roll down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream.”

~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in a speech on 4 April 1967 at Riverside Church, New York City, exactly one year to the day before his assassination. Continue reading

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A Conversation with Senator Nina Turner on Neoliberalism

11/21/20 – A Conversation with Senator Nina Turner on Neoliberalism
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Phonebank Georgia with Our Revolution to Flip the US Senate

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Our Revolution National endorses Franca Muller Paz for Baltimore City Council District 12

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The Life and Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Chair Bob Muehlenkamp

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life is an inspiration and guide for all of us.

She led a life based on principle–most notably an absolute belief in gender equality–and believed she could change society for the better. And, year after year, for 60 years, that’s what she did.

With the ACLU, and afterward at the Supreme Court, she not only changed the meaning of equal protection under the Constitution. She changed how America thinks about gender equality–that women are equal to men in every way, period. And within the complexity of law and Supreme Court decisions her principles remained simple and clear: equality means the right to same sex marriage, abortion, affirmative action, and for workers–especially women workers–equal treatment on the job. Continue reading

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