How to use music to make your activist action 100% better! Plus some tips you maybe definitely haven’t thought of!
What’s the difference between ally and accomplice? How can you use these terms to think about how you’re in solidarity with others?
A letter to the editor can be an effective tactic to get the word out about an issue, show support for a bill, speak up about something in your community, or to get free publicity for your activist work!
We have to commit to always learning and growing and doing more all the time to make our spaces better and better.
Birthdays are the perfect time to ask people to take action. Why? People like you! They want to celebrate you! And on your birthday, they feel slightly more-obligated-than-usual to do what you ask of them!
A step-by-step guide to lobbying your elected officials. Ready your power suit!
To truly do the work from our standpoint, from a place of strong objectivity, is crucial. So what does that look like? What does using our individual standpoint to make change look like?
“I share all this because I feel like everyone I know is struggling to keep it together lately, to have-it-all or to be-everything-to-everyone or to fight-the-good-fight.”
Are you ready to take your activist tabling to a whole other level?!
Pro tips for attracting, engaging, and retaining volunteers to help you win campaigns and get shit done!
Facilitating a small group requires skills that aren’t always intuitive. I’ve got some tips and tricks and types of small group breakout sessions to help ya’ out!
Let’s let love win, but not let love be our only strategy. Why we need to understand love and power together to win intersectional justice for all.
From A to Z (ok, technically to W), organizing terms you may know and some you should know! Get in here and learn what positionality, patch throughs, Twitter storms, U-1 consensus, and grasstops engagement are all about!
How to organize a meeting that won’t result in headaches, boredom, or existential dread.
Are you considering taking a more active role in your community and in your activism? Here’s some practical tips for anyone thinking about becoming an organizer!
How to use a message triangle, come up with impactful slogans, and why we need to sharpen our words to fight back.
This mind map exercise will help activists create achievable goals to avoid burnout.
A roundtable with disabled advocates, leaders, and protesters on how they came to activism, building an inclusive movement, and resources you should know about.
We’re going to need to use our bodies and our voices as weapons against the Trump administration. We’re going to need to be brave.
Going to the Women’s March on Washington or a solidarity event near you? I have some tips!