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Sat, Jan 19, 2013
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Progressive Central
The Peoples' Inauguration

Join leading progressives for a special one-day event in Washington, D.C. Sponsored by:

John Nichols (The Nation magazine, MSNBC Contributor, Author) will moderate a series of panel discussions focused on the most critical issues of today. PDA presents PC III in partnership with The Nation Magazine, Co-Sponsored by National Nurses United (NNU), Democrats.com and Busboys and Poets. Download schedule here. Download flyer here.

Event Location

UDC David A. Clarke School of Law 5th Floor Moot Court Room
4340 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20008

Directions

Metro suggested--Van Ness Station (Red Line). ~1.5 blocks north towards Yuma St on Connecticut Ave. Garage parking on the campus approx. $8.50. Entrance is ¼ block West of Connecticut Ave. off Van Ness St. Walk North 1¼ block walk from loading dock to Law School.



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Featuring these exciting guest speakers:

Rep. John Conyers Rep. Raul Grijalva Rep. Jim McGovern Rep. Alan Grayson Rep. Mark Pocan
John Nichols Karen Higgins Thom Hartmann Michael Lighty Becky Bond
Donna Smith Bobby Score Phyllis Bennis Andrea Miller George Kohl
Steve Cobble Medea Benjamin Bill Fletcher, Jr. Jacqui Patterson Valerie Serrels
Jose Aguto Lori Wallach Lindsay McLaughlin Miriam Pemberton Randy Parraz

Progressive Democrats of America

Progressive Democrats of America was founded in 2004 to transform the Democratic Party and our country. We seek to build a party and government controlled by citizens, not corporate elites-with policies that serve the broad public interest, not just private interests. As a grassroots PAC operating inside the Democratic Party, and outside in movements for peace and justice, PDA played a key role in the stunning electoral victories of November 2006 and 2008. Our inside/outside strategy is guided by the belief that a lasting majority will require a revitalized Democratic Party built on firm progressive principles.

For over two decades, the party declined as its leadership listened more to the voices of corporations than those of Americans. PDA strives to rebuild the Democratic Party from the bottom up-from every congressional district to statewide party structures to the corridors of power in Washington, where we work arm in arm with the Congressional Progressive Caucus. In just a couple of years PDA and its allies have shaken up the political status-quo on issues from ending the Iraq war, voter rights, protecting Social Security, a full employment economy, national healthcare and economic justice.

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