Author: Hallie Schreiber

Education Issue Update: School ‘n’ the Candidates

Education is high on the young voters agenda. Where they’ve been, where they’re going, and how much it’s going to cost to get there. In order to make the right vote for you, it must be an informed vote. Here’s some info that might help.

Posted in Politics and Elections, Issue Updates, Education

Review: Votizen helps bring together friends of similar political views by using social media tools that are already popular.

Posted in Digital Media

Review: WeForPresident

HeadCount reviews a new website that’s all about making political discussion social.

Posted in Digital Media

Review: iSideWith helps guide you through the confusion of the Presidential election by matching voters with candidates based on survey results. All parties included!

Posted in Politics and Elections

Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk And Special Guests Getting Down with Democracy

HeadCount and Magic Hat are putting on a four-city “Participation Tour” featuring Ivan Neville’s Dunpstaphunk and Anders Osborne.

Posted in News

Camp Bisco XI: The Grit & the Glory

HeadCount has conquered another successful Camp Bisco with barely a scratch. It was a very dusty four days full of stories, new friends and some amazing volunteers.

Posted in Music and Activism, Tour Journals

Watch Clips and the Full Performance of “The Bridge Session”

Check out clips and the full performance of “The Bridge Session” – featuring Bob Weir, members of The National, and some of Brooklyn’s finest independent musicians.

Posted in News, Music and Activism, HeadCount Community

Dance with PRIDE!

Top dance and electronic acts are showing their support for the LGBT community the best way they know how… through music.

Posted in Human Rights, Music and Activism

tUnE-yArDs & ?uestloveTeam Up to Raise Awareness and Fight AIDS Through Music

tUnE-yArDs, ?uestlove, Angelique Kidjo, and Akua Naru have teamed up to cover Fela Kuti’s, “Lady”, in an effort to end mother-to-child HIV transmission by the year 2015.