What next? A post-election conversation with Warm Cookies of the Revolution: A Virtual Event


Screenshot of four people in a digital meeting: Evan Weissman, a white man in a black t-shirt, white headphones, and a gray golf cap. He is in front of a blank wall; Judith LeBlanc, an older Native American woman wearing yellow beaded earrings, glasses with transparent frames, and graying hair in front of a full bookcase; Frank Leon Roberts, a black man wearing a black t-shirt with the text “BREONNA TAYLOR” in all capital letters, a black hat with a white “X.” He is against a wall with dozens of photographs of unidentifiable people taped to the wall; and Aman Sawari, a black woman with black box braids. She is seated in front of an indescribable artwork.

Warm Cookies of the Revolution leads a post-election conversation about how we can continue to engage in civic life after the election

Now that the election is over, where do we go from here? How can we maintain the momentum of the summer? Join us for a panel discussion with Warm Cookies of the Revolution about actions we can take post-election.

This event will be livestreamed on MCA Denver's YouTube channel.

Established in 2012 by Evan Weissman (one of Buntport Theater's founding members), Warm Cookies of the Revolution is a civic health club, creating and hosting events at the McNichols Civic Center Building in Downtown Denver, the Denver Art Museum, the Colorado History Museum, and other public platforms around the Front Range. Using comedy, theater, and other kinds of innovative and fun arts and cultural programs, Warm Cookies aims to engage everyday people around politics, the economy, the environment, and social change, (hopefully!) making the questions "What do want?" and "How do we get there?" necessary, participatory, just, and fun.

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