The second morning starts with a mapping exercise. What does the future of the socialist movement in the Rust Belt look like? The consensus is nearly universal, that the issues facing the Rust Belt are regional, not limited to state or town, and the shared pain our communities face in the wake of post-industrialism necessitates a collective response in kind. We know manufacturing is not coming back, and the tech boom in certain cities will only benefit Silicon Valley expats looking for cheap, union-free labor, almost the inverse of the betrayal of the manufacturing base. A burning desire to go rural is also present. The socialist movement started with the farmers, and the renewed interest in water justice benefits farmers and those left with no choice but to sell fracking rights.