Anna In Action!

It’s important for elected officials to engage people in the political process. Ideally, this is through live listening events where members of different communities get to talk about how policy affects their lives. COVID-19 made that impossible, so Anna invited members of the community and experts to join her on Solidarity LIVE to engage in the discussion of problems and solutions for our community.

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Candidate questionnaire: Anna Callahan for state rep in the 34th Middlesex

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Nichole Mossalam, Heather May, Michelle Mullet, and Anna Callahan, part of a self-described loose coalition of candidates looking to bring a progressive “new guard” wave to the House, all picked up nomination papers to challenge incumbent representatives.

Listen to Anna dig into the root of the problems at the State House through interviews with progressive state reps and organizations who are working to fight the concentration of power at the State House.

23. The Climate bill that passed, and the timelines we are missing Incorruptible Massachusetts

After 13 years of no action on climate change, the MA State House finally passed a bill committing to net zero carbon emissions.  After vetoing this bill (which thankfully later passed when our supermajorities of Dems in both houses stood their ground), the Baker administration has missed many of the legislated deadlines required in the bill.  Cabell Eames from 350 Mass gives us the details on this crucial legislation.Jonathan Cohn, Jordan Berg Powers (absent today), and Anna Callahan chat about Massachusetts politics. This is the audio version of the Incorruptible Mass podcast, season 4 episode 23. The video version is available here. You’re listening to Incorruptible Massachusetts. Our goal is to help people understand state politics: we investigate why it’s so broken, imagine what we could have here in MA if we fixed it, and report on how you can get involved. To stay informed: * Subscribe to our YouTube channel* Subscribe to this podcast* Sign up to get updates at 
  1. 23. The Climate bill that passed, and the timelines we are missing
  2. 22. Disability rights: We need more funding for independent living, esp under COVID
  3. 21. Education: Our state fails to fund education despite already voting in favor
  4. 20. Hearings — Bad at convincing legislators, but good for….
  5. 19. Policing. Have things improved since George Floyd?

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The progressive movement won’t be won by having more money or newer technology. It will be won by using the absolute best practices in organizing that mobilize the majority of people into a true grassroots revolution.

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BOSTON, MA – FEBRUARY 15: People listen to Anna Callahan during a rally for Bernie Sanders along Tremont St. at Boston Common February 15, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff Photo By Chris Christo/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

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