Messengers of Democracy

What's the Message?
Promoting the Message
Connecting the Message
Issues & the Message
Messengers of Democracy
Threats to Democracy

Eleanor Roosevelt
Cesar Chavez
Martin Luther King
Shirley Chisholm
New Woman

"Nobody grows old by merely living a number of years. People grow old only by deserting their ideals. Years wrinkle the face, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul. Worry, doubt, self-interest, fear, despair — these are the long, long years that bow the head and turn the growing spirit back to dust."

 —Watterson Lowe



  Who We Are...Past Meets Present

The New Deal, the space program, civil rights, equal pay, the United Nations, democratic government by, for and of the People and strength through community — these are some of our greatest progressive contributions to America.  Understand who Progressives are and what we stand for by exploring our shared American history.  Find inspiration and stories from some of our greatest democratic messengers pictured below.  Guided by our values and inspired by our vision, we create forward-thinking programs that lift Americans to greater heights of respect, security and prosperity. 


We are determined to protect the American Dream for every American at every stage of life, from childhood through old age, with programs and policies that represent effective, accountable and responsible government.  When you think of Progressive Democrats, think of us empowering every American to live up to his or her potential.  We represent government that provides what Americans need to live better now, look toward a better future and to fulfill the promise that "All Men and Women are Created Equal".  


Franklin D. Roosevelt

John F. Kennedy

Jesus Christ Eleanor Roosevelt
Cesar Chavez Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Shirley Chisholm "New Woman" Suffragettes
 Mahatma Gandhi Thomas Jefferson


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