Phonebanking is one of the most used and effective tactics for talking to voters. You'll learn why phonebanking matters, what you need to start calling, tips to make an effective call, and two proven frameworks for persuading and turning out voters.
Professor López details a method of fusing race and class to combat Dog Whistle Politics and teaches us to identify racially coded political rhetoric and build response messaging which fuses arguments of race and class to unite, rather than divide.
Saru helps people and groups situate their individual work within broader social movement theory, and think about how to make transformative change by building coalitions across organizations, issues, and sectors.
Anat Shenker-Orosio will focus on concrete skills to build strategic messaging by using framing and metaphors to activate your base, persuade the persuadables, and minimize the impact of those who will never agree.
Everything you need to know to plan and hold a house meeting. Kate Catherall, co-founder of the Arena, teaches us why we hold house meetings, how to use house meetings as an organizing tool, and what actually happens at a successful house meeting.
Organizer Aquiles Damiron-Alcantara will help you learn how to engage in productive and joyful conversations while improving the quality of your listening and increasing the effectiveness of your message.
This training will break down two essential ways to implement listening in order to make movement building supported, sustainable, and effective. Learn how to develop listening partnerships and how to deep canvassing.
Everyone knows how important voter registration is. This training will explain the rules of voter registration, how to reach and have a conversation with unregistered voters, and general best practices.