Are you creating an online campaign with a group of young folks? Are you interested in becoming an activist?
If you have an important story to share online, start here!
Watch the video to get the 3 minute e-Advocacy crash course, What is e-Advocacy?, produced by Jennifer Dueñas from the Ryse Center’s Youth Organizing Team in Richmond, California. The video breaks down the ‘Four Processes for Sustainable Online Impact’ and let’s you know how to get the word out online.
What is e-Advocacy?
Produced by Jennifer Dueñas from the YO Hub
CANFIT says, “Props to Ryse Center’s Organizing Hub for a fresh video on E-advocacy and online organizing!” We couldn’t agree more!
We have a huge admiration for the Richmond Youth Organizing Team, CANFIT, and the Ryse Center in Richmond! Through a series of workshops and trainings, Aspiration had an amazing time working with them to build momentum for increased youth involvement in online organizing. CANFIT’s MO Youth e-Advocates Project engages youth in “e-Advocacy” and works directly with youth to expose them and their adult allies to the fast-evolving world of “online campaigning”. Check out more information from CANFIT on the Youth E-Advocacy project: http://canfit.org/our_work/programs/eadvocates/
Download training materials on the Four Processes for Sustainable Online Impact.
Follow the @RichmondYOT on Twitter to keep up with their game changing and community building work!