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RootsCamp 2018

Wellstone Action

Friday, November 30, 2018 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 6:00 PM (EST)

RootsCamp 2018

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
RootsCamp Regular   more info Dec 5, 2018 $160.00 $8.99
RootsCamp Sliding-Scale Nov 30, 2018 $95.00 $5.74
RootsCamp Partner
This ticket level includes one regular admission and is for those who are able to provide a bit more support than our regular RootsCamp ticket price. We invite you to join us as a RootsCamp Community Partner. The additional support will help us to grant more scholarships to folks who need financial assistance in order to attend the event.
Dec 2, 2018 $180.00 $9.99
RootsCamp Travel Sponsor
This ticket level includes one regular admission and the remainder will be spent to help bring organizers, who need financial assistance in order to attend, from around the country to Baltimore for the event. You will have our gratitude, your name printed on the RootsCamp website, and you'll receive a Rootscamp 2018 T-shirt.
Dec 2, 2018 $350.00 $18.45

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2018 has been an unprecedented year in politics. No matter the results, the midterm elections have redefined what we view as possible – pushing all of us to have a more expansive understanding of what justice and winning looks like for all our people. 

It's also required us to reflect on what's happened over the last few years in our political spaces, and work together as a movement to answer the question: Where is the space for our leadership and the needs of our people? At Wellstone, we're excited to curate a space for thousands of organizers to dive into that question and more.

RootsCamp is the largest unconference where you’ll get to debrief the midterm elections, celebrate victories, and discuss learnings.  You’ll be alongside progressive leaders from all parts of the movement – organizers, campaigners, data directors, you name it – and work together to set the tone for 2019.

This year, the theme of the conference is: Building Local Power with Inclusive Politics. We're choosing to zero in on what it means to practice a more inclusive politics and think about ways that we can transform our democracy so that our people win and collectively thrive. 

Because no matter what our work might look like, we see this as imperative and an undeniable call to leadership. Join us at #Roots18.

Who will be there?

RootsCamp brings together some of the most diverse minds in organizing, including campaigners, artists, entrepreneurs, activists, and strategists from across the country. You’ll network with folks from various communities, ranging from climate change organizers fighting for clean oceans to immigrant rights groups working on digital security to local groups running cutting-edge campaigns to engage new voters. RootsCamp is also a rare opportunity for Beltway insiders to interact directly with those fighting on the front lines, and to have an honest discussion about what worked, what didn’t, and how we grow stronger together.

What's an unconference?

It means YOU set the agenda.  As a participant you'll have the opportunity to submit or participate in a session that you believe you need to share with leaders across the country. RootsCamp is designed for participants to showcase their knowledge and skills. You won’t just be networking and attending discussions: you’ll be helping define our work over the coming years by sharing the lessons you learned this year. 

Have questions about RootsCamp 2018? Contact Wellstone Action

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Baltimore Convention Center
1 West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Friday, November 30, 2018 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 6:00 PM (EST)

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Wellstone Action

Wellstone Action is an organization that builds inclusive coalitions and power across the country and has a bold vision of equipping the progressive movement with the tools, strategies, and knowledge to win progressive victories that improve people’s lives. We develop local leaders to make inclusive, effective changes in policy and politics with and for our communities. 

After fifteen years, our organization has grown from legacy and ideas of one person to encapsulate the vision, work, and ideas of a powerful and diverse generation of organizers and activists.

Today, we're a movement organization, and we are committed to leading with the principles of inclusive politics and expanding our understanding of what justice looks like for all our communities.

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