See the acclaimed "Two American Families" at DAUK Film Night

Join us on June 24th for the screening of the acclaimed PBS documentary Two American Families – book now at

In this riveting documentary, the legendary Bill Moyers chronicles the lives of two blue-collar families, one black and one white, over a 20-year period, as they struggle to pursue the American dream in the face of job losses in the declining industrial city of Milwaukee. Their poignant stories give a human face to the effects of inequality, globalization, and radical changes to the job market. Professor Peter Kingstone and Dr. Antonine Rogers will lead a discussion after the film. Tickets are going fast, so don’t delay!

DAUK Film Night, June 24: Two American Families

Time: 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Location: London School of Economics, Room KSW 1.04, 20 Kingsway WC2B 6LH (entrance on Portugal Street opposite Peacock Theatre)

Tickets: £10 regular and £5 concessions

Doors open: 6:30 p.m.

Film begins: 7:10 p.m.

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Don't miss Inside Obama's White House plus post-screening discussion with the creative team


On March 24 at 7pm, the DAUK Film Committee presents a preview screening of Inside Obama’s White House, Episode 4: The Arc of History plus a post-screening discussion with the film makers, who had unprecedented access to the White House, including a very recent interview with President Obama. Book your tickets here:

This final episode of the four-part BBC series covers the hunt for Osama Bin Laden, the campaign for re-election in 2012, and key domestic events and issues of the President’s second term, including Sandy Hook and gun control, immigration reform, race and criminal justice, including Ferguson and its aftermath.

Join us to reflect on President Obama's achievements, the battles he fought and what lies ahead:

Democratic Debate Watch in London on February 15

Come to the DAUK Democratic Presidential Primary Debate screening and speakeasy on February 15 at the Sports Bar & Grill Marylebone. Join your fellow Democrats to see Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debate a variety of foreign and domestic policy issues at a PBS-moderated event at the University of Wisconsin's Milwaukee campus. Click here to buy your tickets today to this always-popular event! 

Date and Time: February 15, 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Location: Sports Bar & Grill (Marylebone), Melcombe Place, London, NW1 6JJ (right next to Marylebone Station)
Price: £10 regular, free concession (students, senior citizens, and unwaged with proof of entitlement on the night).
Drinks and food can be purchased at the venue. Space is limited, so book early***.

***In compliance with the Federal Election Campaign Act, we can only accept payments from U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Non-U.S. citizens are very welcome to attend, but only as guests of U.S. citizens or permanent residents who must book and pay for – as a gift – the guests' admission. By booking and paying for tickets or donations for this event, you are confirming that you are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Note that this event is CLOSED to the press. 

Come to YPN's Election Year Kick-Off on January 28th

Join the Young Professionals Network (YPN) for a kick-off meeting at the Spread Eagle pub in Camden Town on January 28. We'll get organized, make new friends, and enjoy a drink or two. Please stop by anytime from 6:30pm – let us know you're coming at link:

It feels like just yesterday we were celebrating President Obama's second presidential victory. Well, it's that time again in the election cycle where we must come together to work to get another Democrat in the White House. We might be an ocean apart and a few time zones away but Americans abroad play an important role in getting out the vote.

Time: Thursday, January 28, 6:30pm-9:30pm
Place: Spread Eagle Pub, 141 Albert St, London, NW1 7NB
Closest Tube: Camden Town (Northern line)
Questions? Please contact us at



Watch the Democratic Debate in London on January 19

The next Democratic presidential primary debate will be the last before the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, giving Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders a chance to stake out their positions before the voting begins. Join your fellow Democrats for Democrat Abroad UK's screening of this debate on Tuesday, January 19th, 7:00 p.m. at the Sports Bar Marylebone in London.

To book your ticket and for full details, go to


Welcome to Democrats Abroad United Kingdom!

Democrats Abroad United Kingdom (DAUK) is the official country committee for U.S. Democrats living in England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. We have many activities throughout the year, including speakeasies, film screenings, panel discussions, voter registration events, one of the largest Independence Day Picnics outside of the United States, and much more. 

If you are a U.K.-based American and would like to get involved, first join Democrats Abroad (it's free!) so you'll hear about all of our activities. 

We look forward to meeting you!

Inge Kjemtrup, Chair 
Democrats Abroad United Kingdom (DAUK)

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