Building Community in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Two HeadCount volunteers, who last teamed up on the Summer Phish tour, are now on the front lines of Sandy relief efforts.

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An Internship That Combined My Passions

My HeadCount internship was better than I could ever hope for. If you’re passionate about political activism and live music, you’ll definitely feel the same way.

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2012 Election: A Turning Point For Same-Sex Marriage?

After 32-straight electoral losses, same-sex marriage went four-for-four this year. Opinion polls also show support from the majority of Americans. Has the tide turned permanently?

Posted in Uncategorized, Human Rights, Issue Updates

On The Road with HeadCount and Magic Hat’s Participation Tour

It was 4 a.m. when Jane and I hit the road in NYC for HeadCount and Magic Hat’s Participation Tour. Not only had we each gotten less than four hours of sleep that night, we were both still recovering from the chaotic post-Hurricane Sandy week behind us. Still, we weren’t tired. Who couldn’t be excited…

Snapshots of History

Over 200 musicians, actors and comics teamed up with HeadCount to stage the largest social-media based voter registration campaign ever. Check out their pics!

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Gary Johnson: Balancer of Budgets, Scaler of Summits

There a more than just two candidates in every election. Let’s look at where Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson stands on some of the issues

The Great American Roadtrip: Wilco, Part 1

Erin Luck begins her travels on Wilco tour at the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheter.

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Would You Confuse “Chikin” with Kale?

Chick-fil-A is trying to block a Vermont t-shirt maker from trademarking “Eat more Kale,” claiming it could be confused with their slogan “Eat Mor Chikin”.

Posted in Uncategorized, Personal Liberty, Food and Farm Policy

HeadCount joins the Campus Consciousness Tour

Do you think music can change the world? I do. So for the next few weeks, I will be joining the Reverb Campus Consciousness Tour in hopes of finding out what really inspires us to action. The Campus Consciousness Tour is a project of the non-profit environmental group, Reverb, who works with artists to make their…

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Top 10 Songs on Amnesty International Dylan Tribute Album

A HeadCount blogger reviews “Chimes of Freedom,” a Bob Dylan tribute album released by Amnesty International

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