Maps Change How We See the World. Show us where the issues are!

Maps Change How We See The World is an informational website started by college students interested in engaging the grassroots and netroots both online and “on the ground” in communities across the country. Netroots Network seeks to map where the battles for our daily freedoms and rights are, so that citizens can fight effectively to preserve them. To view a coast-to-coast map of recent video from March 17 Protests, click here.

ACTIVISTS: Build Event/Issue Maps with Netroots!

Put your issues on a map! As an citizen activist, you can probably name several examples of, say, where academic freedom is threatened at Universities. You can name all the ‘free-speech zoned’ campuses across the country at CSU Long Beach, Berkeley, NYU, Florida State, etc. But have you shown them to people on a map? Here’s an example of our Map of Election Fraud and Irregularities from November 2006. Take a look, click on the map points to learn more. Does that change how you feel about the issue? is seeking activists to help us revolutionize the way we use the internet to change our world, improve our political situation, preserve our academic freedom and help grassroots movements thrive! We want you to map out where the issues are! Here’s how you can help!


We all hear, read, and see things going on around us in local papers, on the internet, and in our daily lives that we want to change. College students, bloggers, and interested citizens need the world to know where the problems are.

Click on to see our map of election fraud incidents from November 2006.


Before we can fix problems, we need to know where they are!’s interactive text and video maps can help show you where grassroots and netroots efforts can have a direct impact on important issues such as academic freedom, elections, and corruption. As a registered user at, you can create an interactive map of issues important to you, add information to the maps of others, and share this information with others.

NetrootsNetwork has compiled maps of election fraud and irregularity incidents from 2006, a map of the attorneys involved in the US Attorney/Gonzales Scandal, as well as a map of election fraud cases brought to court in 2006 and 2007.

ACT! wants to hear your story, share your passions, and show others what you’ve done to protect your democracy. Are you planning a protest? Did you go to an anti-war protest and take some video? Want to see others who did? Check out our coast-to-coast video map of March 17th Anti-war/Anti-Bush protests.

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