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Pride 2020: 3 Ways to be an Ally During and After Pride Month

By Darragh Joyce | June 17, 2020

It’s somewhat popular knowledge that Marsha P. Johnson, a Black transgender American, threw the first brick outside of the kitschy doors of the Stonewall Inn, igniting what would become known as the Stonewall Riots of 1969. Pride, in its very first iteration, before the parades and feel-good messages of liberation and equality demanded the spotlight.…

The CTA Made Themselves Heard. You Can, Too

By Darragh Joyce | February 24, 2020

The CTA Made Themselves Heard. You Can, Too. It’s hard to overstate the impact of this year’s election. The races will decide who controls the White House, Congress and thousands of state offices. Polling, debates, rallies and commentary will dominate news cycles all year long. So, what happens to the everyday business of government? The…

How AIM Powered Up Advocacy

By Darragh Joyce | February 21, 2020

How AIM Powered Up Advocacy There was a time when the Alzheimer’s Impact Movement conducted digital advocacy in traditional ways. They had a large list of supporters, sent out calls to action and generated large numbers of email letters.  The organization was successful in its mission to fight Alzheimer’s Disease by advocating for increased research…