IT'S ON: Democratizing Democracy Virtual Conference!

Want to get money’s influence out of politics? Ready for some new faces in 2018? Join dozens of Progressive Coders Network members and network partners who impact change by creating and implementing innovative ideas and cutting edge tools to help make democracy a more democratic process.


The ProgCode community presents Democratizing Democracy
Sunday, March 4, 2018, 11am — Midnight EST | 4pm — 5am UTC


Whether you’re a progressive activist, a techie coding for social change or simply someone who cares deeply about democracy — whether you’ve got twelve hours or twelve minutes — all are invited to participate in this incredible project at any time during the conference!

Save your spot now! Pre-Register to receive a direct Zoom invite to live, interactive sessions you won’t want to miss! When cameras go live, a YouTube live-stream link will be posted on #team-announcements in the ProgCode Slack, on the event site, as well as ProgCode’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Support the cause! You can help support ProgCode and the Democratizing Democracy conference by donating to Crowdpac.

Don't want to miss a session? No problem! Become a $10/mo ProgCode Patron to gain access to all recorded sessions!



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July 19, 2018

ProgCode is headed to Netroots Nation 2018!

In March, Shaka Lee, OS Project Manager for MoveOn.org's Spoke Peer-to-Peer text-messaging app, pitched a panel on the benefits of using Open Source Tech in grassroots campaigns to the Netroots Community.

Thanks to lots of public interest and up-votes, the "Open Source Tech #FTW" panel was approved! Check the details here!

Now, we're raising $800 for airfare and hotel accommodations to get Pamela to New Orleans so she can join Sky Duveen, Rapi Castillo and Shaka at this important #NN18 panel on August 2-4, 2018.

Every little bit helps, please share with your networks!

In Solidarity!

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    “Democracy is important and we should have even more of it!”