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Posted by | June 23, 2014
Texas Caucus

Facilitators will give an overview of the landscape in the state, talk about whats’s at stake and tell you ways you can volunteer or plug in to existing efforts. NOTE:...

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Posted by | June 19, 2014
Engaging and Growing Your Supporter Base with Google Tools

Whether your goal is to reach new supporters or deepen existing connections, there are a variety of digital tools and platforms to take your outreach to the next level. This...

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Posted by | May 27, 2014
Funding the projects you care about

Most activists have projects they would love to do -- but can't, since they still need to pay the rent. This training will focus on how regular people can find...

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Posted by | April 2, 2014
Level up: A graphic design primer

So you want to be a graphic designer? We’re surrounded by designers’ fingerprints on our phones, billboards, mailers, even the logos on our clothes. Where do you begin? Join this...

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Posted by | April 2, 2014
You’re invited: The marriage of policy and organizing

Often, the policy world is disconnected from the work organizers do on the ground. Learn how communications teams can build the bridge between the two worlds, providing the solid resources...

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Posted by | April 2, 2014
Stories from the field: Lessons from the 2013 immigration reform battle

Despite the media declaring immigration reform dead last year, the power of personal stories has revived the fight again and again, from family members affected by immigration policies being featured...

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Posted by | April 2, 2014
Story of self: Using your own stories to power your organizing

As many of us know, orrganizing is about relationships;  well, relationships and strategy. Using Marshall Ganz's well-developed Public Narrative framework, we will use our time together to learn the best...

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Posted by | April 2, 2014
Using strategic communications to win on controversial issues

If you work on issues that spark public controversy and challenge deeply held convictions, strong controversy communications strategies should be a foundational part of your campaign toolkit. From immigration to...

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Posted by | April 2, 2014
Vision, values, voice: Building powerful messages to win

If you've read anything on political messaging lately, you know you're supposed to be talking about values and perfecting the art of storytelling. But what does that mean? This workshop...

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Posted by | April 2, 2014
Google Analytics: Using data to improve your website

Say goodbye to being overwhelmed by the information in Google Analytics. In this session, we'll cover just the data points that are most applicable to your nonprofit's website. We'll discuss...

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