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Online Organizing for Social Justice tele-clinic this Friday

March 5, 2013


Rashad Robinson from ColorOfChange.org (last seen around these parts on a Democracy Exchange last year) will be joining a tele-clinic hosted by the Center for Media Justice this coming Friday. The session, Online Organizing for Social Justice, will explore best practices, troubleshooting assistance, and offer discussion on strategies for getting the most out of your new media communications. Here’s more, from the Center:

Online organizing using technologies such as social media, especially Twitter and Facebook, YouTube, e-mail, and podcasts can enable faster communications by social justice movements and the delivery of local information to a wide audience.  In 21st century communications organizing, the use of online strategies has become crucial to building movement momentum, and amplifying your community’s and your organization’s public voice.

This monthly tele-clinic will focus on online organizing – including list building, email blasts, designing alerts, and other tactics, platforms and strategies.  Rashad Robinson, Executive Director, Color of Change will offer best practices and help participants receive feedback on their current strategies and practices and troubleshoot challenges.

Sign up on the session’s EventBrite page.