EVENTS


UPCOMING EVENTS:

 Feb 18, 2020 – Sarasota, FL–Screening and community dialogue about “The Democracy Rebellion,” Sarasota Institute for Lifelong Learning, First United Methodist church, 10:30-11:45 am.

Feb 18, 2020 – Venice, FL —Screening and community dialogue about “ “The Democracy Rebellion,” Sarasota Institute for Lifelong Learning, Venice Community Center, 2:30-3:30 pm 

Feb 19, 2020 – Sarasota, Fl–  Screening and community dialogue about “The Democracy Rebellion,” Sarasota Institute for Lifelong Learning,First United Methodist church, 10:30-11:45 am

March 18, 2020 – Washington – Lecture and Screening of “The Democracy Rebellion,” annual meeting of National Community Action Foundation, Hyatt regency hotel, 3:30-5pm.

April 8, 2020 – Leonardtown, Md. – Screening and student dialogue about “The Democracy Rebellion,” College of Southern Maryland, Leonardtown campus, 11:30am-12:30 pm

April 8, 2020 – Prince Frederick, Md. – Screening and student dialogue about “The Democracy Rebellion,” College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick campus, 4:30-5:30 pm

May 2, 2020- Seattle – Screening and community dialogue about “The Democracy Rebellion,”  Museum of History and Industry< Seattle 6-8pm

May 3, 2020 – Seattle  – Screening and community dialogue about “The Democracy Rebellion,” University Unitarian Universalist Church,  Seattle, 1:30-3:30 pm

June 11-12, 2020  – Salt lake City – Screenings, discussion and workshops on  “The Democracy Rebellion, ” Younify Film Festival, Salt Lake City, schedule TBA.

COMPLETED EVENTS:

NPR, “To the Point” with Warren Olney

New America Foundation, Washington, dialogue and book signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Politics & Prose, Washington, talk and book signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

PBS “Tavis Smiley” interview

Claremont-McKenna College, Claremont, CA, lecture & signing, CSPAN

Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Powell’s Books, Portland, OR, talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Third Place Books, Lake Forest, WA, talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Town Hall, Seattle, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Village Book Store, Bellingham, WA, book talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Barnes & Noble, Bethesda, MD, book talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Barnes & Noble, Tyson’s Corner, VA, book talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

CBS “Face the Nation” with Bob Schieffer

PBS “NewsHour” interview with Ray Suarez

Union League Club, Chicago, lecture on Who Stole the American Dream?

Book Stall, Winnetka, IL, book talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Algonquin Club and New England Oxford-Cambridge Society, Boston, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Boston University Library, Boston, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Aspen Institute, Wye Plantation, Easton, MD, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Denver Forum, Denver, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Tattered Cover Books, Denver, book talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Williams College, Williamstown, MA, book talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

NC Policy Watch and NC Justice Center Crucial Conversation, Raleigh, NC, lecture

Flyleaf Books, Chapel Hill, NC book talk and signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Lexington Community Education Program, Lexington, MA, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

National Consumer Law Conference, Seattle, speech & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

National Press Club’s 35th Annual Book Fair & Author’s Night, Washington

Eurasia Foundation Forum on US-Russia Cooperation, Embassy of Finland, Washington

MSNBC “Hardball” interview with Chris Mattews

Bloomberg “Political Capital” interview with Al Hunt

University Club, book & author fair, Washington

Women’s National Democratic Club, Washington, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Barnes & Noble Bethesda, Bethesda, MD, book talk & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Committee for the Republic, Washington, DC lecture on Who Stole the American Dream?

St. Johns Episcopal Church, lecture & signing, Washington, DC

National Workforce Association, Legislative Conference, St. Petersburg, FL, speech & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Union Club, New York City, lecture & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

Center For American Progress, Washington lecture, panel discussion, & signing, Who Stole the American Dream?

AARP Network, Radio & TV interview, Washington, DC

Titcomb’s Bookshop, Book Club group interview, East Sandwich, MA, Who Stole the American Dream?

Williams College, lecture, Williamstown, MA

Shelter Rock Forum, Manhasset, NY

Council on Foreign Relations, roundtable on the middle class, Washington, DC

Howard University, Phi Beta Kappa lecture, Washington, DC

Hill Center, conversation and signing, Washington, DC, Who Stole the American Dream?

Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism, speech, Evanston, IL

New York University, NYU Washington, American Dream Forum, Washington, DC

Emerson Center, speech, Vero Beach, FL

Bricknell Book Club, Prologue Club, book talk, Miami, FLWho Stole the American Dream?,

Friends of WLRN, book talk & luncheon, Coral Gables, FL, Who Stole the American Dream?

Books & Books, book talk Coral Gables, FL

Urban Institute, book panel, Washington, DC

Eckerd College, book talk, St. Petersburg, FL, Who Stole the American Dream?

Environmental Film Festival, Poisoned Waters screening, St. Petersburg, FL

Denver Eclectics, Denver Country Club, speech, Q&A, and luncheon, Denver, CO

Conference Board Roundtable, with ALCOA CEO Klaus Kleinfeld, New York City

National Community Action Foundation, speech, Washington, DC

Kansas City Central Library, book talk, Kansas City, MO, Who Stole the American Dream?

University of Missouri, Journalism School, lecture, Columbia, MO

United Steelworkers, leadership meeting, book talk, Pittsburgh, PA

Common Cause, conversation,Cambridge, MA

University of Virginia, Miller Center, speech Charlottesville, VA

Boulder Conference on World Affairs, keynote, Boulder, CA

Community Action Association of Pennsylvania, lecture, Harrisburg, PA

Jewish Community Center, lecture & book signing, San Francisco, CA, Who Stole the American Dream?

University of California Berkeley, seminar, Berkeley, CA

U.S. Naval Academy, 2013 McCain Conference, lecture, Annapolis, MD

Book Court, lecture, Brooklyn, NY, Who Stole the American Dream?

University of Massachusetts, Rules Change Conference, keynote, Amherst, MA

UCLA Center for Civil Society, lecture & book signing, Los Angeles, CA

Ebell of Los Angeles, lecture & book signing, Los Angeles, CA, Who Stole the American Dream?

Colorado Forum, lecture & signing, Washington, DC, Who Stole the American Dream?

PBS Frontline Middle Class Discussion, National Press Club, panel discussion, Washington, DC

Roosevelt House, Hunter College, lecture, New York, NY

Shaw Public Library, annual meeting, Shaw Island, WA

City Club, lecture, Bellingham, WA

University of Illinois, Chicago Campus, lecture, Chicago, IL

American Political Science Association Convention,  inequality and public polling panel discussions, book signings, Chicago, IL

Ford Hall Forum and Suffolk University, debate with Yaron Brook, President Ayn Rand Institute, Boston, MA

Piedmont Environmental Council, talk, Flint Hill, VA

Harvard Kennedy School, seminar & lunch, Cambridge, MA

Public Policy Forum, lecture, Arlington, VA

Tuesday, October 22 – Gibson’s Bookstore, lecture & book signing, Concord, NH, Who Stole the American Dream?

University of New Hampshire, Carsey Institute & Cooperative Extension, lecture & book signing, Durham, NH, Who Stole the American Dream?

“We The People”, public lecture & book signing, Exeter, NH, Who Stole the American Dream?

Plymouth State University, class lectures, Plymouth, NH

Women Making a Difference, lecture, Manchester, NH

New Hampshire AFL-CIO, lecture & book signing, Hooksett, NH, Who Stole the American Dream?

Nashua Public High School, class meetings, Nashua, NH

University of Massachusetts, Lowell, public lecture & book signing, Lowell, MA, Who Stole the American Dream?

Unitarian Universalist Church, public lecture & book signing, Peterborough, NH, Who Stole the American Dream?

University of Colorado, Athenaeum lecture & book signing, Boulder, CO, Who Stole the American Dream?

University of Nebraska, lecture, Lincoln, NE

Tacoma Rotary Club, book talk & signing, Tacoma, WA, Who Stole the American Dream?

University of Washington – Tacoma, public lecture & book signing, Tacoma, WA, Who Stole the American Dream?

Seattle University, lecture, Seattle, WA

Fairhaven College World Issues Forum, lecture, Bellingham, WA

Whatcom Community College, lecture, Bellingham, WA

Union League Club of Chicago, Global Policy Council, lecture & book signing, Chicago, Who Stole the American Dream?

Williams College, Leadership Class, Williamstown, MA

The Jarvis Center, Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast lecture, Portsmouth, NH

Southern New Hampshire University & Manchester World Affairs Council, lecture, Manchester, NH

Martin Luther King Jr. & The American Dream, The Pearl, talk, Portsmouth, NH

Exeter Academy, all-school address, Exeter, NH

Great Bay Community College, address, Portsmouth, NH

Private reception, Jumpin’ Jays, remarks, Portsmouth, NH

Seacoast Media Group, remarks, Portsmouth, NH

Interview with Arnie Arnesen, WNHN radio, Concord, NH

Lakes Region Community College, Speech, Laconia, NH

Nashua Community College, lecture, Nashua, NH

Toadstool Bookstore, talk, Milford, NH

Unitarian Universalist Church, Speech, Manchester, NH

Granny D Birthday Celebration, Unitarian Universalist Church, Nashua, NH

University of Maryland, public policy class talk, College Park, MD

Gettysburg College, Eisenhower Institute, lecture, Gettysburg, PA

University of Illinois, Center for Democracy, Keynote Address, lecture, Champagne-Urbana, IL

Georgia State University Honors College, founders lecture, Atlanta, GA

Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning, lecture, Sarasota, FL

Sarasota Institute of Lifetime Learning, lecture, Venice, FL

Flagler College, Flager Forum lecture, St. Augustine, FL

Notre Dame University, Annual Red Smith Lecture, South Bend, IN

St. Thomas University, 21st Annual Stakeholder Lecture & Dialogue, Minneapolis, MN

University of Minnesota, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, talk, Minneapolis, MN

Plymouth Congressional Church, public lecture, Minneapolis, MN

University of Vermont, public lecture, Burlington, VT

Seattle Town Hall, public lecture, Seattle, WA

Whitman College, annual journalism lecture, Walla Walla, WA

United Brothers of Carpenters, keynote lecture, Washington, DC

Library of Congress, Library of Congress Guilds, lecture, Washington, DC

National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, keynote address, Nashville, TN

Arts West, lecture and signing, Seattle, WA

University of Nevada Reno, lecture, Reno, NV

Sundance Bookstore, Community talk, Reno, NV

Washington Mens Book Club, Army Navy Club, evening lecture, Washington, DC

Chief Executives Organization, Metropolitan Club, lecture, New York, NY

St. Petersburg College, Seminole Campus, public lecture, St. Petersburg, FL

Tampa Bay Village Square, evening lecture, Tampa, FL

Books a Million, book signing, Tallahassee, FL

Tiger Bay Club, luncheon lecture, Tallahassee, FL

Tallahassee Village Square, public lecture, Tallahassee, FL

Bob Graham Center, University of Florida, public lecture, Gainesville, FL

New College of Florida, public lecture, Sarasota, FL

Stravos Business Center, University of South Florida, luncheon talk, Tampa, FL

University of South Florida, public lecture, Tampa, FL

Tedx, Orcas Center, Tedx Talk, Eastsound, WA

Johns Hopkins University, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, lecture, Washington, DC

Independent Sector, Annual Convention, keynote address to Foundation CEOs, Seattle, WA

Williams College, Leadership Seminar, Williamstown, MA

St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, MLK Day Lecture & Celebration, Manchester, NH

Epsom Public Library, NH Rebellion Marchers Talk. Epsom, NH

Capitol Center for the Arts, Granny D Celebration, Moderate Panel on Campaign Reforms, NH Rebellion, Concord, NH

Montgomery College, Athenaeum Series, Lecture, Montgomery County, MD

River Road Unitarian Universalist Church, “Coffee, Conversation, & Controversy,” Lecture & Q&A, Washington, DC

Sarasota Institute of Lifelong Learning, talk, Sarasota, FL

Sarasota Institute of Lifelong Learning, “Will Putin Drag Europe into a new Cold War?,” lecture, Sarasota, FL

Venice Institute of Lifelong Learning, lecture, Venice, FL

Thunderbird Country Club, lecture, Palm Springs, CA

Akron Press Club, luncheon lecture, Akron, OH

Akron University, Speech & dialogue with Professor John Green, Akron, OH

Cleveland City Club, luncheon lecture, Cleveland, OH

Scarsdale Forum, at the Scarsdale Woman’s Club, lecture, Scarsdale, NY

Washington State Council of Fire Fighters, lecture, Vancouver, WA

St. Olaf College, lecture, “Reclaiming the American Dream,” Northfield, MN

Hamline University, Community Development Conference, keynote lecture, Minneapolis, MN

Fix Democracy First, Annual Award Dinner, Keynote Address, Seattle, WA

Women’s University Club of Seattle, “Reclaiming the Dream,” lecture, Seattle, WA

KGNU, Duncan Campbell, Interview, KGNU, Boulder, CO

KPFK, Ralph Nader, Interview, KPFK, Los Angeles, CA

WFN, Working Family Network, Interview, WFN, Pittsburgh, PA

Women’s University Club, “Reclaiming the Dream,”  lecture, Seattle, WA

Renegade Talk Radio – Richie And Marla, Interview,

Philanthropy Northwest, Talk, Seattle, WA

The JohnMac Radio Show, Interview

Auburn University, Arts & Humanities Month, Keynote Lecture, Montgomery, AL

State Capitol, Leadership Alabama Class, Montgomery, AL

WPKN, Bridgeport Radio, Interview

St. John’s College, Joint College Lecture (St. John’s & St. Benedict), Pellegreene Auditorium, Collegeville, MN

St. John’s College, Politics & a Pint, Panel Discussion, Collegeville, MN

Arnie Arnesen, The Attitude Program, Interview

NPR, John Hockenberry, Interview

Southern California Grantmakers Association, Session, Los Angeles, CA

Oasis Group, Lecture, Bethesda, MD

Working Families Network, Radio, Interview

Boston University, “Putin Challenge,” Dean of International Affairs Lecture & Panel Discussion, Boston, MA

Reddit, Ask Me Anything

Palisades Community Meeting, Bethesda, MD

Leisure World, Bethesda, MD

John MacMullen – John Mac, Radio.

WJUP, Rirchard Garfunkel, Radio.

WFN,  The Union Edge with Charles Showalter.

“We the People” Convention, Concord, NH

Dialogue with Arnie Arnesen of WNHN, at “We the People” Convention, Manchester, NH

KGNU, with Duncan Campbell of Living Dialogues, Boulder, CO

Watson Institute, Brown University, lecture, Providence, RI

The Providence Committee on Foreign Relations, Speech, Providence, RI

Bryant University, Research & Engagement Day, Keynote Speech, Providence, RI

Vermont Humanities Council, Unitarian Church of Montpelier, Lecture, Montpelier, VT

University of Montana, “Can We Reclaim the American Dream?” Seminar, Missoula, MT

 

University of Montana, President’s Lecture Series, Lucile Speer Memorial Lecture in collaboration with the Phi Beta Kappa Association of Montana, “Who Stole the American Dream?” Lecture, Missoula, MT

 

RAD, City Club of Tacoma, Lecture & Social , Tacoma, WA
Oak Harbor High School, Lecture & Q&A, Whidbey Island, WASno-Isle Libraries Foundation, Whidbey Island Center for the Arts, talk, Whidbey Island, WA

Whidbey Island Lecture Society, Inagural Trudy Sondheim Memorial Lecture, Whidbey Island, WA

Mid-Coast Forum on Foreign Relations, Lecture, Camden, ME

Politics for People, Interview & National Conference Call, New York, NY

Wertheim Salon, Washington, DC

United Way, Regional Conference, Speech, Albuquerque, NM

Bellingham City Club, Luncheon Speech, Bellingham, WA

National Citizens Leadership Conference, Panel, ‘How the 28th Amendment Supports/Drives Other Reforms,’Washington, DC

National Citizens Leadership Conference, Panel, ‘Together We Win,’ Washington, DC

Cosmos Club, Talk, Washington, DC

Orcas Currents, Lecture, Eastsound, WA

Leadership Florida, The Governors Club, Speech, Tampa, FL

National Holocaust Museum, Civic Collaboratory, Washington, DC

Bethesda Live and Learn, Lecture, Bethesda, MD

Ideas that Inform and Inspire, Lecture, San Miguel, MEXICO

Harvard Institute of Politics,  with former Rep Chris Shays (R-Conn) Study Group – “Divided Country,’ Talk & Discussion, Cambridge, MA

University of South Florida, St Petersburg –  USFSP College of Business – “The Populist Revolution of 2017,” Lecture & Panel, Tampa, FL

Friends of Selby Library, “The Political Earthquake of 2017 – What it Means to Us Now,” Lecture, Sarasota, FL

Colorado University / Denver, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, “The Populist Earthquake of 2016, & Its After-Shocks,” public lecture, Denver, CO

Colorado University / Denver, Daniels Fund Colloquia on Ethics in Communications, Public talk and panel discussion, “Fake News and Filter Bubbles: Overcoming our Information Divide,” Denver, CO

Farmington Club, Talk, Charlottesville, VA

        Manchester, NH – Keynote speech at annual meeting of New Hampshire Open Democracy.

May 1, 2018 – Seattle – Town Hall Seattle, Public lecture,  “Aftershocks From the Populist Earthquake of 2016.”

Aug 28, 2018 – Eastsound, WA – Public lecture and film screening, “The People vs. the Politicians,”” Episcopal Parish Meeting Hall.

Sept 1, 2018 -Shaw Island, WA – Public lecture, “The People vs. the Politicians,”  Shaw island Library Association.

Sept 20, 2018 – Washington  – Screening, “The People vs the Politicians,”  Common Cause, League of Women Voters, Public Citizen and multiple civic action groups, 12-2pm.

Oct. 10, 2018 – Boston – Screening, “The People vs. the Politicians,” Northern Light Productions, 12-2pm

Oct, 26 2018 – Washington – Lecture, “Taking Back Our Democracy,” Silver Owls, National Press Club, 7pm

Nov. 9, 2018  –  Washington – Video and dialogue, “The People vs The Politicians,” Mosaic Theater

Dec. 6, 2018 – Seattle – Presentation and Dialogue, “The People vs The Politicians,”  Memorable Movies, 7 pm

Dec. 7, 2018 – Seattle – Presentation and Dialogue, Seattle Foundation, “The People vs The Politicians,”   12 pm

Dec. 7, 2018 – Seattle – Presentation, “Grass Roots Democracy in Action,”  conference on “Roadmap for Democracy” 2pm

Dec. 7, 2018 – Bellingham, WA – Presentation and Dialogue,  “The People vs The Politicians,”   Whatcom Community College, 7pm

Jan 17, 2019 – Houston  – Panelist on “Media’s View of Business,” Baker&Botts law firm, 12pm-2pm

Jan 19, 2019 – Washington – Presentation and Dialogue,  “How to Beat Big Money: Connecticut and Public Funding,”   Issue One reception 7pm

Feb 4, 2019 – Nashua, NH – Presentation and community dialogue,  “The People vs The Politicians,”   Nashua Public Library, 3pm

Feb 4, 2019 – Manchester, NH – Presentation and community dialogue,  “The People vs The Politicians,”  Unitarian Universalist Church, Manchester, 7pm

Feb 5, 2019 – Portsmouth, NH – Presentation and  community dialogue,  “The People vs The Politicians,”  Portsmouth Herald, Seacoast Media Group 7:30 am

Feb 5, 2019 – Stratham, NH – Presentation and  community dialogue,  “The People vs The Politicians,”  Wiggins Memorial Library,  Stratham,  4pm

Feb 5, 2019 – Dover, NH – Presentation and  community dialogue,  “The People vs The Politicians,”  Dover Public Library, 7pm

Feb 6, 2019 – Peterborough, NH – Book talk,”Who Stole the American Dream?” Toadstool bookstore, 12pm

Feb 6, 2019 – Keene, NH – Lecture and video screening, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Antioch University,  7pm

Feb 7, 2019 – Concord, NH –  Radio interview, “The Attitude” with Arnie Arnesen, WNHN, 11 am

Feb 7, 2019 – Concord, NH – Luncheon talk and dialogue on grass roots political reforms movements, New Hampshire Open Democracy, 12pm-2pm.

Feb 7, 2019 – Concord, NH – Book talk,”Who Stole the American Dream?” Gibbons bookstore, 4pm

Feb 7, 2019 – Concord, NH – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” for Building a Culture of Peace Forum, Concord Unitarian Universalist Church, 7pm

Feb 28, 2019 – Alexandria, Vs – Screening on grassroots reformers vs “Citizens United” decision, dialogue  with American Promise, Virginia at T.C. Williams High school, 7pm.

March 7, 2019 – Uklah, CA –  Radio interview, “All About Money” with John Sakowicz, KZYX, m 12pm

March 13 , 2019 – Greensboro, NC – Screening on grassroots reformers vs “Citizens United” decision, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University, professor Derrick Smith,  10 am to 12pm.

March 13 , 2019 – Greensboro, NC – Screening on grassroots reform movements, vs gerrymandering and dark money Guilford College, Dr. Sherry Giles, 5-6pm

March 14 , 2019 – Raleigh, NC – Radio interview with NC Watch, syndicated program hosted by Rob Schofield.

March 14 , 2019 – Elon, NC – Dialogue on problems of current US journalism to Journalism class, Elon University, Professor Anthony Hatcher, 12:30pm- 2pm

March 14 , 2019 – Salisbury, NC- Talk and  screening of film segments on grassroots democracy movements, Rowan County Concerned Citizens, 6:30-8:30 pm

March 15 , 2019 – Winston-Salem, NC –Talk and partias screening, :”Winning Back Our Democracy,” Social justice Coalition meeting at Goler Memorial AME Zion Church, 12-2pm.

March 29-31, 2019 – Nashville, TN – Multiple events on grassroots citizen reform movements, video screenings from “Winning Back Our Democracy,”  and workshop discussions Represent.Us conference on “Unrig the System.”

April 8, 2019 – Seattle – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” for Horizon House, 2:30-4:30 pm

April 8, 2019 – Seattle – Lecture and screening of “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Town Hall Seattle, 7:30 pm.

April 9, 2019 – Seattle – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Mirabella House, 10:30 am.

April 9, 2019 – Seattle – Screening and workshop with civic leaders, “How to Beat Big Money – Connecticut and Public Funding,” Seattle Democracy Hub, 12-2pm.

April 8, 2019 – Seattle – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Common Purpose organization, 6:30-8:30 pm.

April 10, 2019 – Everett, WA  –Radio interview with KSER Everett and host Ed Bremer.

April 10, 2019 – Everett, WA – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Fix Democracy First, Ever Chapter,  6:30-8:30 pm.

April 11, 2019 – Bellingham, WA – Talk and class dialogue on problems of modern US journalism for Capstone Reporting Class in journalism, Western Washington University, 12pm-2pm.

April 11, 2019 – Bellingham, WA – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Munro Institutre for Civic Education, Western Washington university, 4-6pm.

April 10, 2019 – Tacoma, WA  – PBS televison interview with Tom Layson, Managing Editor, “Northwest Now,” KBTC (PBS Station) , 3pm

April 11, 2019 – Tacoma, WA – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Co-hosred by Tacoma City Club and Bates Technical College, 6-9pm.

April 23, 2019 – Washington – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Cosmos Club, 6-9pm.

April 28, 2019 – Minneapolis – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” For Minnesota Clean Elections, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 3-5pm.

April 29, 2019 –  Minneapolis – Discussion and workshop on grassroots reform movements with leadership of Minnesotans for Clean Elections, 10am-12pm.

April 29, 2019 – St. Paul, MN – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” for FairVote Minnesota,, 12:30-2pm.

April 29, 2019 – Stillwater, MN – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” for American Promise Minnesota and Take Back Our Republic, 6-8pm.

April 30, 2019 – Roseville, MN – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” for Roseville Public Library, 3-5pm.

April 30, 2019 – Coon rapids, – Screening and community dialogue, “Winning Back Our Democracy,” for American Promise of Anoka County and Take Back Our Republic, 7-9pm.

May 1, 2019 -Northfield, MN – Talks and class dialogues on the role of citizens in US democracy for classes on The Individual and the Political community” and “Diversity, Democracy and Inequality in America,” Carleton College, 9:50-11:40 am.

May 1, 2019 – Northfield, MN – Brown bag lunch and discussion of modern US journalism with editors of student newspaper, The Carletonian, 12:30-1:30 pm

May 1, 2019 – Northfield, MN – Dialogue with student leaders of Wellstone House of Organizing and Activism, Carleton College, 5-7 pm

May 1, 2019 – Northfield, MN – Lecture and screening of “Winning Back Our Democracy,” Carleton College visiting lecturer series, 7:30-9pm

May 2, 2019 – Minneapolis – Lecture and dialogue on modern american journalism, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Univ of Minnesota, 2:15pm-3:45pm.

May 2, 2019 – Southdale, MN – Lecture and screening of “Winning Back Our Democracy,” hosted by Indivisible Minnesota, 6-9pm

May 6, 2019 – Washington – Conference call discussion of “Winning Back Our Democracy” with state leaders of American Promise, nationwide, 7:30-8:30 pm.

June 10, 2019 – Washington – Dinner book talk on “Who Stole the American Dream?” for Democrats on House Ways and Means Committee, organized by Rep. Brian Higgins (D-NY), 6pm-9pm

Oct 2, 2019 – Washington – Public lecture and screening, “The Democracy Rebellion – A Reporter’s Notebook with Hedrick Smith,”  Metropolitan Club, 6-8:30 pm.

Oct 8, 2019 – Medford, MA – Public lecture and partial screening, “The Democracy Rebellion,” for Civic Studies Department, Tufts University, 12-2pm

Oct 8, 2019 – Cambridge, MA – Partial screening, and dialogue, “The Democracy Rebellion,” for Ash Center, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University  3-4:30 pm

Oct 8, 2019 – Boston – Screening and community dialogue, “The Democracy Rebellion,” EmersoN College video presentation series, 7-9 pm

Oct 9, 2019 – Boston – Partial screening and dialogue on “The Democracy Rebellion” for introductory course to American Politics, Suffolk University, 11am-12pm

Oct 9, 2019 – Boston – Brown bag lunch discussion of citizen reform movements from “The Democracy Rebellion” with faculty and graduate students,, Suffolk University, 12-1:30pm

Oct 9, 2019 – Boston – Partial screening and dialogue on “The Democracy Rebellion” for court on US Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties, Suffolk University, 2-3:30 pm

Oct 9, 2019 – Boston –Public lecture and screening, “The Democracy Rebellion – A Reporter’s Notebook with Hedrick Smith,” Modern Theater, Suffolk University, 7-9pm

Oct 16, 2019- Dayton, OH – Screening and discussion on “Grassroots fighting to overturn ‘Citizens United’ Decision,” Kettering Foundation board and staff.

Oct 22, 2019 – Austin, TX – Screening and discussion on “The Democracy Rebellion” in journalism class on New Media and Politics, University of Texas, 12-1pm.

Oct 22, 2019 –  Austin, TX – Screening and discussion on “The Democracy Rebellion” in urban suites class  on Fundamentals of Democracy, University of Texas, 2-4 pm.

Oct 22 , 2019  – Austin, TX – Screening and interview with Ross Ramsey, Executive Editor, Texas Tribune, on “The Democracy Rebellion,” Center for media Engagement, University of Texas, 6-9 pm

Oct 23, 2019 – Austin, TX – Screening and discussion on “The Democracy Rebellion” in journalism class  on News Literacy,  Belo Center for New Media. University of Texas,  8-9 am.

Oct 23, 2019 – Austin, TX – Podcast interview on citizsen movements fighting for political reforms, with Dean Angela Evans, LBJ School of Public affairs, University of Texas, 11am-12pm

Oct 23 ,2019 – Austin, TX – Lunch talk and screening on excerpts from The Democracy Rebellion” for faculty and graduate students, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, 12:30-2pm

Nov 2, 2019 – Boston – Screening and panel discussion on excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion” for Mass Media Expo, WGBH- PBS Station, 1:30-3pm.

Nov 8, 2019 – Knoxville, TN – Screening and student discussion of excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion,” sociology class in Inequality and minorities, University of Tennessee, 8:15-9:30 am.

Nov 8, 2019 – Knoxville, TN – Screening and student discussion of excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion,” political science class on Current Issues in Public Policy, University of Tennessee, 9:40-10:55 am.

Nov 8, 2019 – Knoxville, TN – Screening and student discussion of excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion,” political science class on Interest Groups and Dark Money, University of Tennessee, 11:10am -12:25 pm.

Nov 8, 2019 – Knoxville, TN – Lecture and Screening of “The Democracy Rebellion,” Howard H. Baker Center, University of Tennessee, 5-6:30pm.

Nov 9, 2019 – Knoxville, TN – Screening and student discussion of excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion,” political science class on Introduction to American Politics, University of Tennessee, 10-10:50 am.

Nov 8, 2019 – Knoxville, TN – Screening and student discussion of excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion,” political science class on Current Issues in Public Policy, University of Tennessee, 11:15am -12:05pm.

Nov 11, 2019- College Station, PA – Talk and student discussion on weak coverage by mainstream journalism on popular citizen movements, class in News Writing and Reporting, Penn State University, 6:15-7:25 pm

Nov 12, 2019- College Station, PA – Screening and student discussion of excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion,” class on Rhetoric and Civic Life, Penn State University,  9:05-10:05 am

Nov 12, 2019- College Station, PA – Record podcast interview at WPSU with Asst Professor Jenna Spinelle for “Democracy Works” podcast, Penn State University, 11 am-12 pm.

Nov 12, 2019 – College Station, PA – Lunch discussion of grassroots civic action movements and democracy reforms, with faculty and staff of McCourtney Institute for Democracy, Penn State University,, 12-1pm.

Nov 12, 2019 – College Station, PA – Screening and student discussion of excerpts from “The Democracy Rebellion,” class on Rhetoric and Civic Life, Penn State University, 1:35-2:50 pm

Nov 12, 2019 – College Station, PA – Lecture and Screening of “The Democracy Rebellion,” McCourtney Institute for Democracy, Penn State University, Michael  Berkman, director; Christopher Beem, managing director.

Nov 12, 2019 – College Station, PA – Dinner discussion with students majoring or minoring in Civic and Community Engagement, Penn State University, 6-7:30 pm.

Nov 25, 2019 – Washington – Screening and  discussion of  “The Democracy Rebellion”  with leadership and staff of Campaign Legal Center,  4-6pm.

Jan 2, 2020 – Washington – Interview on upcoming PBS broadcast of “The Democracy Rebellion,” with host Joe Madison, Sirius Radio,  8:20-9:20 am.

Jan 6, 2020 – Washington – NPR radio interview on upcoming PBS broadcast of “The Democracy Rebellion,” with host Todd Zwillich, One-A 10-11 am.

Jan 7, 2020 – Washington – Radio interview on PBS station broadcasts of “The Democracy Rebellion,” with David Pakman,  host of Free Speech program on Young Turks Network,  2:30-3pm

Jan 8, 2020 – Washington  – Record podcast interview on PBS station broadcasts of “The Democracy Rebellion,” with host Mike Tipping of Beacon Radio, New England,  12-1pm.

Jan 8, 2020 – Washington  – Television interview on PBS documentary, “The Democracy Rebellion, ” with  John Iadarola, host of “The Damage Report,” 1:10-1:30-pm.

Jan 13, 2020- Washington – Radio interview on PBS documentary, “The Democracy Rebellion,” with nationally syndicated program hosted by Scott Davis at WPKN in Bridgeport, CT, 8:30-9pm.

Jan 14 – 2020 – Washington – Radio interview on PBS documentary, “The Democracy Rebellion,” with Rose Aguilar, “Your Call,” KALW, San Francisco, 1-2pm.

Jan 20, 2020 – Washington –  Talk on “the Democracy Rebellion,” at outdoor rally for Martin Luther King Jr. organized by Wolf Pack, MovetoAmend, Take Back Our republican, and other civic groups at National Capitol, 1-3 pm.

Jan 21, 2020- Washington – Screening and  discussion of  “The Democracy Rebellion”  hosted by Women’s national Democratic Club, 6-8pm.

Jan 28, 2020 – Boulder, CO – Radio interview on PBS documentary, “The Democracy Rebellion,” with Liz Lane,

Feb 4, 2020 – San Miguel, Mexico – Lecture and Screening of “The Democracy Rebellion,” for Three-I’s- ideas that Inform and Inspire, Casona Event Center, San Miguel, 5-7pm.

Feb 5, 2020 – San Miguel, Mexico – Discussion of current Us political scene with board members and donors to Three I’s, The Restaurant, San Miguel, 5-6pm