PurpleState Launch and Podcast Taping
- When: August 29, 2018 Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
- Where: eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
- Cost: FREE (Please RSVP)
Doors at 6:00pm
Join eTown host Nick Forster and a curated panel of guests in shaping what we want PurpleState to become at the first ever PurpleState Live Event and Episode 1 Podcast Taping at eTown Hall on August 29th.
This event is free to the public, but advanced registration is recommended as space is limited. Visit PurpleState.org for further information or to sign up for the PurpleState mailing list. Or, feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Judge Jean Dubrofsky, pioneering attorney and first woman justice elected to the Colorado Supreme Court. She was also the lead attorney for CO Amendment 2 and a founding member of the Bell Policy Center and CO Center for Law and Policy.
Nick Troiano, "civic entrepreneur" and director of UniteAmerica, a new political action committee that tries to get independents elected to office; Ran for Congress as an independent at 24; named Forbes 30 under 30.
Carla Fredericks, director of CU's American Indian Law Program and Indian Law Clinic, Indigenous Rights Representative to UN Special Rapporteur.
Anand Edward Sokhey, CU Assoc. Professor of Political Science and a specialist in political polarization.
PurpleState, a project from the makers of the long-running radio program eTown, invites you to join us in rejecting the dysfunctional present state of affairs as inevitable. Through a podcast series set to launch in the fall of 2018 - just in time for mid-term general elections! - grassroots engagement, and live events, PurpleState will reinvigorate the American tradition of civil discourse rooted in diverse perspectives, on a path toward finding common ground on some of the most important issues facing our nation and the world.
PurpleState aims to create a more enlightened, empowered, and mutually-respectful American electorate that places the Welfare of the People back at the center of our collective agenda.