FRAMESHOP:BOOK TOUR: NEW YORK CITY!!

NEXT EVENTS: May 30: New York, NY The Tank Location: 279 Church St, New York, NY (map) Time: Doors Open 6:30pm, Event Starts 7:00pm Description: FROM BLOG TO BALLOT BOX - Framing the Netroots Campaign Since Howard Dean first put...

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NEXT EVENTS:

May 30: New York, NY The Tank

Location: 279 Church St, New York, NY (map)

Time: Doors Open 6:30pm, Event Starts 7:00pm

Description: FROM BLOG TO BALLOT BOX - Framing the Netroots Campaign Since Howard Dean first put out the call for all Americans to consider running for office, a number of bloggers have launched campaigns. Only now, in the wake of the tremendous gains of the 2006 election cycle, do we have a chance to learn from those members of the netroots who orchestrated the challenging move from blog to ballot box.

Joining in a conversation on these and other questions, Brian Keeler will share his experience running in the tight race for State Senate in New York's 41st district. Keeler began his political activism as writer and founding member of two online organizations, Political Cortex and ePluribus Media, the largest citizen investigative journalism organization on the Internet. It was from these prominent points on the netroots that he mounted an innovative campaign to unseat a long-time incumbent in New York's Hudson River Valley. Joining Keeler will be Philip Anderson, a blogger, filmmaker and activist and an integral part of the Keeler campaign's communications team.

In a discussion moderated by author and blogger Jeffrey Feldman (Framing the Debate, Ig Publishing 2007), Keeler and Anderson will discuss the experience and challenges of running a campaign--telling stories and recounting first-hand the dynamics of stepping up to run for office.

FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Apr 12: Washington DC Drinking Liberally

Apr 13: The Richard French Show, RNN-TV (Time Warner Cable NY Channel 91, 7pm)

Apr 14:  New York City, NY College Democrats of New York

Apr 14:  New York City, NY College Democrats of New York

Apr 15:  FDL Sunday Book Salon, NY Firedoglake.com (5pm EST/2pm PST)

Apr 19:  The Albany Project Book Club www.thealbanyproject.com (7pm EST)

Apr 24:  New York City, NY Barnes and Noble-Greenwich Village

May 1: Portland, OR Powells

May 3: AM 620 KPOJ, Portland, OR Thom Hartmann Program

May 3: Portland, OR Drinking Liberally

May 4: Heading Left BlogTalkRadio 

May 6: 540 AM KRXA, The Billy Sunshine Show

May 7: San Francisco, CA Drinking Liberally

May 9: Berkeley Cody's (with George Lakoff8

May 10: Los Angeles, CA Valley Grassroots for Democracy Book Club

May 11: Santa Monica, CA William Turner Gallery

May 14: Tucson, AZ  Democrats of Greater Tucson 

May 15: AZ-TV, The Pat Mcmahon Show

May 15: Tempe, AZ Changing Hands

May 24: Minneapolis, MN  Growth & Justice 

 

May 24: Minneapolis, MN Drinking Liberally

May 30: New York, NY The Tank

Jun 9-10: Bedford, NH DemocracyFest 2007

Jun 27: Denver, CO Tattered Cover

Aug 2-5: Chicago, IL YearlyKos Convention 

(more events for June, July and August TBA...)

Interested in hosting a book event with Dr. Feldman?  Start with an inquiry by email...

© Jeffrey Feldman 2007, Frameshop

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