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This tool is designed to help you become comfortable talking about the Included. Supported. Empowered. campaign and some of the issues that often come up in conversations about the campaign.Tool #1
This section includes content that you can copy, paste and customize for your social media channels, emails and newsletters, and websites.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran when it comes to storytelling or you simply have an idea for what might be a good story but don’t know what to do with it, this tool is for you.
Draw from this growing bank of resources as you conduct outreach to policymakers, philanthropic organizations and more.
This tool offers a checklist of items you, your friends and family, and your colleagues can do to deepen your engagement.
With a general understanding of how to engage in media relations and some tools to facilitate the process, you’ll be seeing the issues you care most about in your local newspaper in no time!Tool #6
The editorial calendar in this section, though not an exhaustive list, provides several opportunities that may help fuel your outreach efforts.
Election outcomes can have a significant impact on the ability of people to live fully inclusive lives in the community. This tool offers resources to promote civic engagement among people with I/DD.Tool #8
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