VOICES: River City, Episode 135: Kula Koenig of Social Justice Politicorps

We’re joined today by friend of the show Kula Koenig, founder of Social Justice Politicorps, a grassroots operation dedicated to raising social justice narratives in discussions over how county, city and school board governments work in the Sacramento region.

We discuss how a deepening rift between progressives and moderates is starting to form in the region, and what that means for the future of movement politics.

Kula also shares with us her newest project, the Social Justice Now PAC, which aims to help elect radical voices into elected office throughout the region. (Want to help them succeed? Contribute here.)

Thanks for listening, defund the police and, as always:

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