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One of the first questions that CMJ clients ask is “How do I get more followers on Twitter?” Twitter is a conversation, and measuring how effective Twitter is in achieving your goals should be rooted in its conversational nature. While the number of followers you have is the most obvious measure of your Twitter cred, it doesn’t get into the gritty of two important Twitter metrics: influence and reach.
Check out this map of Pacific Northwest community radio stations!
There’s a lot of work to be done to make sure radio serves the people. Want to learn more? Check out this report from the Fixing Radio Summit.
For strategic communications purposes, there is no such thing as a general audience. Yet, advocates routinely engage in scattershot efforts to “talk” racial justice without identifying specific audiences and their connections to our issues. Here are suggestions for key niche communications that can help us be more strategic in our efforts to build public support [...]
A petition signed by hundreds of grassroots organizations to encourage the FCC to pass open Internet rules.
Cultural organizer Taishi Duchicela discusses the Campaign to Unplug Clear Channel with Bill Hodges of KPOO San Francisco.
The Praxis Project’s Communicating for Health Justice is designed to help health advocates fight for a more equitable health system. We now know that the healthiest nations have social and political structures with the most equity and access. With tools, methods, and more, Communicating for Health Justice seeks to help health activists reframe the debate.
This comprehensive how-to toolkit collects all the skills and wisdom gained over CMJ’s years of conducting communications for grassroots organizing campaigns. Need to challenge racist bias, develop media materials, or run a media campaign from start to finish? Communicate Justice 101 shows you how, with straightforward tips and easy-to-use tools. From assessing your media readiness [...]
Comments to the FCC on hate speech in the media following SB 1070 in Arizona, developed by the National Hispanic Media Coalition.
Comments to the FCC about Universal Broadband and Net Neutrality, developed by the Center for Rural Strategies and the Rural Broadband Policy Group.
In this edition of VisionTalk, Saru Jayaraman talks about how Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) are building a powerful movement to improve the working conditions and wages of the nation’s 10 million restaurant workers.